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  1. I have a bitmap loaded from an external source (a website). This bitmap is loaded in a class, and, when I use it in a frame, I can add it to the stage by using addChild(). This works if I just use this.addChild().However, for certain bitmaps, I've wanted to "group" them together so that I can delete that group all at once. I'd assume I'd need some sort of "container" to do this, though I'm not quite sure how to go about this.I've tried creating a blank movieclip, then using movieClip.addChild(bitmap), though this doesn't seem to work. I'm somewhat new to AS3, so ya. : PAnyway, to sum it up, I
  2. In an applet, is there a way to use a truetype font without forcing the user to first install that font onto their system, then use the drawString method to display text using that truetype font?
  3. I'm relatively new to Java programming, to a certain extent. More specifically, new to programming applets. I used to do Java programming somewhat about three years ago, but not too regularly.Anyway, I had attempted to create an image and display it to the screen outside of the paint() function. It is in a manually created method called "update_text". m_letter1= getImage(getCodeBase(), ut_character);m_graphics1.drawImage(m_letter1, 21, 21, this); This executes at the end of the update_text method. However, I get a NullExceptionError when it runs, and therefore the image is not displayed. Her
  4. Thanks for the help.The spelling error you mentioned is not actually like that in the actual script, by the way. =PSo, anyway... by adding this instead of window.onclick= find_coordinates;, it worked: <body onmousedown='find_coordinates(event);'> Thanks.
  5. Thanks for replying.Anyway, the problem is that the function which finds the coordinates never seems to fire afterward - I have attempted to use an alert() in the coordinate-finding function, the alteration of a span, etc. Never seems to fire when the button is clicked (the form is never submitted by the way - it fires an AJAX function).
  6. This code finds the X and Y coordinates of a click: function find_coorddinates(e){FC_CurrentX= 0;FC_CurrentY= 0;if(!e){e= window.event;}if(e.pageX || e.pageY){FC_CurrentX= e.pageX;FC_CurrentY= e.pageY;}else if(e.clientX || e.clientY){FC_CurrentX= e.clientX + document.body.scrollLeft + document.documentElement.scrollLeft;FC_CurrentY= e.clientY + document.body.scrollTop + document.documentElement.scrollTop;}window.ReturnX= parseFloat(FC_CurrentX);window.ReturnY= parseFloat(FC_CurrentY);} On the page, I have this: window.onclick= find_coordinates; Normally it works.. however, if one clicks on
  7. I have an AJAX script which appends the following to a span (well, it's similar): <select id='select_thing' onchange='functionhere();'><option value='1' selected>1</option><option value='2'>2</option></select> Whenever functionhere() is called, it repeats it (appends the above into that span again).If you select two, it will go back to 1, which it's supposed to do (since, when the AJAX is called, it just puts the above code into the innerHTML).However, if I say: alert(select_thing.value); after changing the value to 2, it always says 2, even though the s
  8. I think Google now ignores meta tags quite a bit because of people attempting to use them to increase ad revenue... but I haven't tried the robots meta tag, so I have no idea if that would work.
  9. Java is very easy to use, but it can lag badly and be more error-prone. If you want a higher quality game, go with Flash, but it's quite complicated (usually). It can be hard to learn, since one of the only good ways to learn it is by taking classes.
  10. There should be some sort of password required in order to access that page. For example: <?phpif($_POST['submit']){if($_POST['field']=="passwordhere"){//allow access}}else{echo "<form method='POST'>Enter the password to proceed.<br /><br /><input type='text' name='field'><br /><br /><input type='submit' name='submit' value='Continue'></form>";}?> ...or something like that.
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    Asp Or Php

    I prefer PHP. I've heard that ASP can only be used on Windows servers, which I despise.
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    Perhaps div layouts aren't good for beginning programmers/designers. I've been programming (mostly C++, Assembly and PHP, but still...) since I was 8~9 (so, it's been about 5 years), and I'm not fully fond of divs yet (for layouts) as they can be more complicated. Well, that's probably because I despise CSS/HTML and the likes, but yeah. >> PHP is funner. I'll shut up now.Anyway, it's kind of hard to give you any help. We can't really make you a new layout from scratch (okay, most of us can't), and you don't seem to know much about CSS and HTML yet. Maybe you should start reading some of
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    Um, http://www.eeveeshq.com/fansite/divlayout might help.
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    You would need to use divs rather than tables.
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    Um, well, first of all, you shouldn't be copying TPMRPG. Try not to, anyway. All the new Pokémon RPGs lately have been copying TPM. Dx
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