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    Default Adding Light Box in a XML driven flash site

    I have purchased an xml driven flash site that I want to customize. I want one of the links to launch a light box.

    http://www.rocketwerx.com/products/rokbox/overview

    I followed the instruction by adding the script links to the index page's head and the link to the xml page that displays the page.


    <a href=''family/grandparents.html'' rel=''rokbox2[900 510]()'' title=''Family Tree''><span>Family Tree</span></a>

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    Are you sure this is a flash slideshow? Sometimes asking the developer for help will get you started. You may need to test it on a server as well. Do they have a free demo I can look at to check under the hood?

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    Quote Originally Posted by evan View Post
    Are you sure this is a flash slideshow? Sometimes asking the developer for help will get you started. You may need to test it on a server as well. Do they have a free demo I can look at to check under the hood?
    It is a XML flash based website. I'll email you a copy

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    The link you gave was for a javascript based gallery, not flash..

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    Sorry about the confusion,

    My site is a xml flash based site. The light box is a Javascript based script. How can I implement this script into flash site.

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    you need to look into the externalInterface class of flash.

    flash.tutsplus.com just released a tutorial on it

    http://flash.tutsplus.com/tutorials/...rnalinterface/

    I suggest looking through that, do the tutorial and then ask a more specific question. That way we can see exactly how you have everything setup and can help.

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