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I made images to load into the flash movie but they don't work. What do I need to do ? 2006-02-22
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This is something that can come afterward.
There are two possibile causes for this situation...

  1. Chances are, you're using Adobe PhotoShop or JASC PaintShop Pro.

    The problem with these two photo editors is that their default export setting is as a "progressive" JPEG -- unfortunately Flash cannot load "progressive" JPEG files.

    The solution is simple though, just find the location in either of these programs (likely when you go to save or export the image) and make sure it is either set to "non-progressive" or turn "progressive" off.
  2. On the off chance that #1 doesn't fix it, you may want to make sure that the file name matches the filename in the config file (if you can specify it in the config file) or the original file name.

    Keep in mind, upper and lower case absolutely matters on a unix/linux server -- we suggest ONLY using lower case for all file names anyway.


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