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Solved: Deleting some letters from a Flash logo

Discussion in 'Web Design & Development' started by DWESTY, Jan 5, 2013.

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  1. DWESTY

    DWESTY Thread Starter

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    Having bashed my head against a wall, I need a tiny edit to the text in the flash logo at the top of this site:

    www.1st-ever-ready-removals.co.uk

    The strapline simply needs to read:

    Removals & Storage

    If anyone has a minute to help, I'd really appreciate a hand.

    I can provide a .fla .sqf or .swf file - not sure which needed...
     
  2. oksteve

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    As for editing your logo you might want to try a flash banner software program. Plenty on the market and some are free.
    Please remove that terrible music from the site, its not very welcoming. And may stop views as it slows down access for people with older computers and slow Internet speed.
     
  3. DWESTY

    DWESTY Thread Starter

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    Ok Steve, or oksteve, if it was my site I'd get rid of the music, but it isn't.

    I'm just trying to help remove a few letters from the logo.

    I am aware (obviously) that flash editing software is needed.

    I am reluctant to buy Macromedia (or equivalent) for a 2 minute job.

    I have tried 3 free ones and got nowhere with them for various reasons eg. embedded watermarks etc

    ---- so if anyone would be kind enough to remove some letters from a flash logo, I'd be very grateful.

    :)
     
  4. JiminSA

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    I LIKE THE WAY YOU MOVE - DWESTY;)

    I had a quick looksee for freebie editors and this one may fit the bill, I hope
     
  5. Cookiegal

    Cookiegal Administrator Malware Specialist Coordinator

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    DWESTY,

    I've edited your post. It's never necessary nor appropriate to be rude to other members. Please keep this in mind in the future.
     
  6. Cookiegal

    Cookiegal Administrator Malware Specialist Coordinator

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    oksteve,

    I also edited out your "advisory" as an inflammatory comment. If you feel there's a problem with something someone has posted please just report it for the moderators to take a look and decide if any action or disclaimers are necessary.
     
  7. DWESTY

    DWESTY Thread Starter

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    JiminSA - Thank you kindly sir for providing much-needed assistance, in line with the original request.

    Well worth the slap cheers- all sorted!

    :)
     
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