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Subject: RE: FLASH: Comment in external text-files
From: Tewes
Date: Fri, 21 Jan 2000 22:07:25 GMT

Jaaa, a readme would do the job. But I think, macromedia should think about
it. Scripting without the possibility of writing down some comments makes it
a really hard job for people, who arent really involved.

> ----------
> From: Pete Grant
> Reply To: flasheratchinwag [dot] com
> Sent: Freitag, 21. Januar 2000 17:14 Uhr
> To: flasheratchinwag [dot] com
> Subject: RE: FLASH: Comment in external text-files
>
> > doese anybody of you have an idea, how I could write down a comment in
> an
> > external variable-text-file? At the moment I set a dummy-variable
> > and set it
> > =0 in the movie. But this is not a very proper way, is it. My
> > problem is: my
> > writers here at the office will have to change variables in the
> > text-file at
> > the weekend, an they have to find their way.
>
> I think you could put the comment in a variable that doesn't get called by
> a
> text field in Flash, but I think it's safer to put a readme.txt file in
> the
> same directory and direct the writers to that first.
>
>
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