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    for the last 2 hours I've been searching for howto's or whitepapers explaining which function, method etc does what, and how to use them..

    oke found something : http://www.macromedia.com/support/fl...hflash_03.html

    on with my real problem please look at this code http://www.noduck.nl/namms/help.zip

    when I push start and move over the flash movie I get an overflow error (but I can't see why, there is in my opinion no overflow).... If you remove " Flashmovie.Movie = App.Path & "\ringen.swf" " in the form.load section every thing works fine....

    any ideas what causes this problem?

    thanks!
    If at first you don't succeed.........
    destroy all evidence you tried

    for info on t6369c LCD or Presslab's powersupply check:
    http://www.namms.tk <=updated!!

  • #2
    I'm not getting an overflow error. I pressed start and moved over the flash movie and it worked fine.

    You should use vblink from softwarecave.com. Deeth's slows your flash animation down big time. The code in vblink doesn't seem to cause that problem.
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    • #3
      you aren't? that's strange....

      I've "solved" it by using on error resume next, it works fine.

      yeh your right, I'm using that now but I dislike the small window that pops up when you start up the plugin... gotta check if I can remove that...
      If at first you don't succeed.........
      destroy all evidence you tried

      for info on t6369c LCD or Presslab's powersupply check:
      http://www.namms.tk <=updated!!

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      • #4
        Simple, find the window based on the text in the titlebar and send a command to minimize it. I think I have some code laying around which will do just that. If I find it, I'll post it.
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        • #5
          Here's code to minimize the little vblink window. Start up the VB Link demo and activate the plug in, then run this program.

          I should mention, the module isn't mine. I got it off some VB site or newsgroup a long time ago.
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