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Keep in mind that CTA 1, and most likely CTA 2, Does Not Use Scripts in flash files.

Jeff


See my CTA Tutorials on the YouTube channel CTAStepByStep
Check out EZColors for CTA. The easy way to change Render Styled (RS) colors.

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videodv (12/14/2013)
You can also use Anime Studio Pro to export swf

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I thought Anime Pro had few restrictions regarding SWF export. One I remember is the "Tapered Line Ends". It could not export Tapered line ends. I am not sure if it does now.
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Just done a quick test and you are right it is still the same.

I am using ASP 9.5 there are some restrictions the manual highlights the options. But you can still export some good files with it, (I tested a simple man walking across the screen as a test and it worked ok, plus tested the default partical scripts and they exported fine as well.)

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Particles are exported as bitmap, not as vector. It makes the SWF files bigger in Anime pro. ( I have not looked at it after ver 6.0)
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I have checked the test ones that I have done and found the exported swf files are only a few K in size, the examples are in vector format so I assume the relating swf files are in vector format because of the small file sizes.

I could be wrong as I am new to exporting swf files from ASP and Drawplus.

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