using custom sliders

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  1. bryceisbest

    bryceisbest Member

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    i used winSCP to put them in the mainsliderimages folder but when i look it up in customize it just says the slider image name but there is no picture there... whats the problem?
    i think it has something to do with setting my permissions to 0755...? but how do you do that? i have no clue
  2. JustoHermano

    JustoHermano New Member

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    i am not sure how to do it on winscp but on cute ftp pro you right click the file in question and go to properties and it is there

    this probably won't help but i hope it does
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    hmm yeah im not really sure what your getting at sorry
  4. kenney69

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    Put them in a folder inside MainSliderImages.
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    i did. the image title shoes up but not actually the image. thats my problem.
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    yup in winscp u didnt set the permissions...just right click>properties and set the four digit number at the bottom to 0755
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    What you have to do is make a new folder inside the folder MainSliderImages and put the sliders inside the new folder.
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    The purpose of this tutorial is to present our custom HorizontalSlider (and VerticalSlider) classes that provide a light-weight, easily customizable alternative to the built-in slider component in Flash CS3. The component has the unfortunate side effect of adding a lot to the swf file size, especially if you need multiple sliders in one application. To show our sliders in action, we built a simple applet displayed below in which color tints are applied to a photograph.

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