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http://www.threelittletrees.com.au/summer10/I am wondering how to get a result as the link above.I have a PDF published in Indesign, and Adobe Indesign exports a .swf in a similar fashion, except that it does not have any of the zoom/next page/print buttons. I am certain that the aforementioned url was auto-published from somewhere.. if anyone can tell me from where.. (Perhaps this is an export option in the current Flash app?)Also, what is the code to have a .swf auto-scale to the page width? Thank you for your help!PS. Preferrably I would like to use anything but Flash.. are there javascript/html5 'apps' that I can use to get roughly the same result?

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Wow, that site looks nice! I'd also like to know the answers.

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By right-clicking on a ShockWave Flash document created using a third-party generator, you can usually find information about the program used to create it. In this case, you will find it is http://www.flashpageflip.com/.It is entirely possible to do using JavaScript, HTML 5 probably not necessary unless you want to achieve the fancy effects through a canvas. Don't know of any pre-written scripts around though.

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