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bobpeacock

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I have several SWF slide shows each in a seperate folder that I would like to put on a CD for distribution to relatives. I can get the folders on the CD but would like to play them one after another automatically. Is ther a way to link one folder to another toaccomplish this?
 

bobpeacock

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Thanks - I presently have Imagematics which is a very simple prigram to work and includes background music and other refiments not present in Flashslider. I also find it a little nore cumbersome than Imagematics - that of course could be familiarity. Someone suggested Wildform Linx but at $50 I gelt that there must be something else a bit cheaper which would do what I want (connect SFW shows) that I already have developed using Imagematics.
 
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Imagematics sounds like an easy one to use.
Do you have the demo version and if so where do they the watermark?
 

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I bought the PE (Personal Edition) and the only thing they suggested to do what I would like was to go to Wildform Links.

The program is wildform links



http://www.wildform.com/affiliate.php?ref=BSTRM



Bill



Can only find Wildform Linx at $50 and fpr what I want to do, speculating with another $50 sowsn't seem worth it.
Don;t understand your question on watermarks.
 
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