[vet-mm] flash problem
rob at netspace.net.au
Thu Jun 8 20:08:05 EST 2006
Sounds useful I would be happy to by anything which saves me having to
develop all my own resources. Especially for intermediate scripting.
On 6/6/06 9:12 AM, "Zach Alexakos" <alexakos.zach.z at edumail.vic.gov.au>
> Given all the talk about Flash, thought I'd mention a really good
> Flash resource by Greg Bowden- "Learning Macromedia Flash MX 2004",
> Guided Computer Tutorials, 2006.
> Suits Beginner to Advanced.
> If you're interested you can reply to me and I will pass on your
> request to Greg.
> Zach Alexakos
> At 10:25 PM 5/06/2006, you wrote:
>> The mystery deepens - I guess at least you are getting a message to
>> say the file hasn't saved. Ours appear perfectly normal, until the
>> next time you open it and discover there's nothing there!!
>> Claire :-)
>> Kevin Feely wrote:
>>> Hi Claire,
>>> yep, just started to see something like that here. We run Xp on Novell 6.5
>>> With flash kids will be ok then when some go to save they get
>>> "failed to save document" and cannot then save anywhere, even locally.
>>> I have found if they save to a different folder with a different
>>> name they can get it saved.
>>> Or when they go to save "Network drive not available" but then
>>> cancel and try again and its OK?
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