It's a rather simple bit of flash/actionscript that I can't figure out for myself. Basically, it's a horizontal thumbnail slider that's configurable through an xml file that I'd like. Here's what I need: - Thumbnails should be pulled from an xml file along with descriptions and external links. - On mouse over each thumbnail, their description should be sent to an html element or an ID of an html element (outside of the movie and inside the html document). - On mouse click on each thumbnail, their respective links should upen up in the same window - On mouse over the movie, the horizontally arranged thumbnails should slide left and right depending on position of mouse from the center - The sliding should cease when the mouse move away from the movie. - Movie should have a transparent background - Final SWF should be as small as possible, preferably under 10kb. - Height, Width and margin between thumbnails for all thumbnails is the same and should be configurable through xml. - height and width of the movie should be configurable through xml. That's about it. Thanks for looking.
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Its a web thing, to be written in actionscript and complied as a flash .swf file.