[thelist] Flash movie as a rollover

Chris Price chris.price at stl.org
Thu Feb 14 03:16:00 CST 2002

> At 11:35 AM 2/13/2, Michael Galvin wrote:
> > So there's a button graphic (standard gif) that
> > when rolled over, invokes the SWF file.
	In my experience, if you're going to use Flash get it to do the
work. According to Macromedia, Flash is used on more browsers than
javascript, its pretty stable and rollovers are a doddle. And I've done some
nifty effects with incredibly small files.
	Chris Price

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