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[_] Pop-Ups

Sally sally at 422.com
Wed Jun 12 17:17:00 BST 2002

Out of interest - how do make the swf transparent?
sally

-----Original Message-----
From: underscore-admin at under-score.org.uk
[mailto:underscore-admin at under-score.org.uk]On Behalf Of Michael Trim
Sent: 12 June 2002 17:05
To: underscore at under-score.org.uk
Subject: RE: [_] Pop-Ups


Oh them! not chromeless windows, just transparent flash in a layer, easy to
do. These sort of ads have a special (and quite stupid) name, that I can
NEVER remember. Anyone?

-----Original Message-----
From: underscore-admin at under-score.org.uk
[mailto:underscore-admin at under-score.org.uk]On Behalf Of Dave Smith
Sent: 12 June 2002 16:55
To: underscore at under-score.org.uk
Subject: RE: [_] Pop-Ups


it's a DHTML I'd imagine. We've done a couple of these through a company
called N1 Media in London, who have a product called Flick, which combines
flash and DHTML. You can see the one we did for the DVD release of American
Werewolf in London at www.n1media.com/awil

If you need any more help or information on this, give me a call.

kind regards,

Dave

Dave Smith
Account Director
New Media Maze
The Interactive Marketing Consultancy
http://www.newmediamaze.com
Tel: 0117 311 3999
Mob: 07970 516 513

-----Original Message-----
From: underscore-admin at under-score.org.uk
[mailto:underscore-admin at under-score.org.uk]On Behalf Of Clive Hunt
Sent: 12 June 2002 04:52
To: underscore at under-score.org.uk
Subject: [_] Pop-Ups


People,

Have any of you seen the advertising pop-ups on various popular sites that
appear not to have the window/box constraints.  This is to say that a
popular chrisp manufacturer is using a bath advertisment with the advert
being the shape of the bath.  I guess that this is being done either in
Flash or Director and was wondering if any knowledgeable people would know
how this is done, or if there is a site with a tutorial to read upon.

Not looking to get flamed this time :)


Regards,
--
Clive
WebWhore

for and onbehalf of
Keep It Local UK

www.keepitlocaluk.com


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