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hi all
this will be very hard to explain, but i wondered if i could do something with flash:

on my site i would like a chat applet, i have one and i know that is does work, when i use the applet u put it into a html page, it is a box and it says "nickname" and all the ads for the company (who i got the applet from)
what i want to to use an "input text box" in flash, so that users can put their nickname into the flash page and when they click ok with will submit it to the chatroom.
this is the code to input the "nickname" box
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<!-- START CODE Free Chat Room v3.1 : DO NOT MODIFY : -->

<NOSCRIPT><H1>ERROR - Chat Room Requires JAVASCRIPT!</H1>

</NOSCRIPT><SCRIPT Language="JavaScript"

SRC="http://chat-forum.com/freeaccs/FCC6562.js">

</SCRIPT><A HREF="http://chat-forum.com/" target=_blank>

<IMG SRC="http://chat-forum.com/images/locate.gif"

WIDTH=1 HEIGHT=1 ALT="Free Java Chat Room" BORDER=0></A>

<!-- END CODE Free Chat Room : DO NOT MODIFY : -->
  1. <!-- START CODE Free Chat Room v3.1 : DO NOT MODIFY : -->
  2. <NOSCRIPT><H1>ERROR - Chat Room Requires JAVASCRIPT!</H1>
  3. </NOSCRIPT><SCRIPT Language="JavaScript"
  4. SRC="http://chat-forum.com/freeaccs/FCC6562.js">
  5. </SCRIPT><A HREF="http://chat-forum.com/" target=_blank>
  6. <IMG SRC="http://chat-forum.com/images/locate.gif"
  7. WIDTH=1 HEIGHT=1 ALT="Free Java Chat Room" BORDER=0></A>
  8. <!-- END CODE Free Chat Room : DO NOT MODIFY : -->


all i want to do is put this into my flash website, but with only a box that says nickname (i will take the consiquences from the owner) i would just like to do this, is it possible?
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Nope, sorry :cry:
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ok, thats pretty sad,

but a good thing, i managed to stump the best actionscripter on the forum :D......just kidding
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Hehe, well i'm not stumped, it just isn't possible :twisted: . Flash can't communicate to an applet. You can use FSCommand to communicate to Javascript (and vice versa), but as far as I know thats about the only client side thing you can communicate with in Flash (pretty confident, but sometimes Flash can be surprising).
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worth a try lol, well it can't be done lol


wonder if it can in mx2004?
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I really doubt it (applet/flash communication sounds like a security risk to me), but MX 2004 did add a lot of extra abilities so I really don't know. I'm still using MX. Although the extra features and abilities of MX 2004 (including the way it interprets code being faster) the program itself is just too buggy and slow for my liking... plus I can't afford it (I don't do illegal software, and I don't support it)
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sorry to hear about that
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Hi,

Even ActionScriipt 2004 MX allows syou to communicate with nothing more than JavaScript.

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