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Subject: Re: FLASH: Stand alone movies
From: Marc Hoffman
Date: Fri, 26 Feb 1999 22:28:56 GMT

At 05:03 PM 2/26/99 -0500, you wrote:
>Hi everyone,
> I've been reading alot lately about making "stand alone" movies.
>I've tried it, following the instructions on the Flashlite web site.
> Here's the procedure I followed. Started the Stand Alone Flash
>Projector. Opened an unprotected .swf file, hit "file" then "create
>projector", then named it and saved it as an executable.
> It created an .exe file, but when opened, it opens a plain white Flash

When you say you "opened" the .exe, did you run it or open it in another
application (like Flash). It should work like any other executable. In
Windows Explorer, just double-click it.

Marc Hoffman
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