So, my dad and a few of his former co-workers have a bit of a startup going, and in lieu of rent payments I'm doing some work on their website.
However, I need to edit the .swf menu they've got, and my web design skills are pretty much limited to HTML.
Here's the file:
I've got a copy of Macromedia Flash MX, but damned if I know what to do with it. Basically, I just need to remove the three menu items that expand from "business focus," and replace them with one, "data in motion."
Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
"You know what I'm happiest for? I'm happiest for Bill Buckner, Calvin Schiraldi, Bob Stanley, Johnny Pesky, Ted Williams, all of the Red Sox that played before us will now be remembered for the great players and great people they were instead of all the other crap." Curt Schilling
CRZ's the only admitted Mac user on this board who'd have any idea who Raskin was, I think. And he didn't say anything. The GUI concept dates back to the Xerox PARC (Palo Alto Research Center) in the early seventies and even before that.