Easy to use, and looks great!
#  /  posted on Dec 30, 2008
Easy to use, and looks great!
Is there any way to add colored “dots” to designate cities on the map? I have tried, but the dots remain the same color as the map.
I saw from your example that it is possible, but i still dont understand how. I dont need the locations to be very precise — i just need to add dots that keep their color.
I like the globe – very elegant design
Is there a way to set the speed?
There is another one globe with possibility to change the speed:
I am planning to use this globe for my presentation.
But I need this globe to stop revolving after 5 seconds.
Can you please help.
I will really appreciate if you can help me do this.
I look forward to hearing from you soon.
I just purchased this, but I cant figure out how to open it on my computer. Can someone please help me. I want to use this for a powerpoint presentation.
Try these instructions: http://www.anim-fx.com/flash-tutorials/flashinpowerpoint.html
Hello how can i input the globe into my powerpoint presentation?
Follow these instructions: http://www.anim-fx.com/flash-tutorials/flashinpowerpoint.html
Hello, i would like to know if this can be made to rotate multidirectional… (also vertical and diagonal ) when i position the mouse on the coresponding part of the screen
Unfortunately there’s no such functionality.
Yea i’m a Mac user how would i go about embedding it into my power-point presentation? the instruction only implies for PC/Windows users. What should i do?
I can only suggest you to google for the solution to this specific problem.
Do you have this with actionscript code so we do not need the FLA to use?
Wormss, I'm not sure exactly what do you mean? Actionscript is embedded in the FLA.
I bought a previous version of your spinning earth globe and was able to get it going with a transparent background. Unfortunately, I am unable to get this version to have a transparent background. Can you give me any suggestions on this?
I should mention that I've tried the following only to get a black background:
var bckgroundColor = "Transparent"; var bckgroundGradientColor = "Transparent";
and I've set wmode to transparent as well.
hi Derek Bruyere,
these variables you are trying to define are only for color and not for transparency. it's good idea to do so! :) as for now, do it like this:
I'm having problems resizing it, any clues?
what kind of problems? please be more specific
I've just worked it out. thanks though.
how can i make the background transparent?
* First step: delete "bg" and "bg.gradient" layers from movieclip named "globe_mc" and export the new SWF. * Second step: edit HTML file, change "wmode" variable from "window" to "transparent". Save it. That's it :-)
Note: For the first step you must have flash editing software. For the second any text editor will do.
Super Globe and great feed back from the seller. Ace :-)
Hi, I'm having some problem here: I've edited the parameters in the action-script in globe_mc, but it doesn't have any effect - how do I confirm these changes?
One quick note: if you change the code (actionsript), the changes will be visible only in exported SWF file, not in the Flash Edting environment.
I just purchsed and was able to place in powerpoint 2010. I'm totally lost with respect to changing attributes. I do not understand the instruction: "In Library panel go to movieclip named "globe_mc"
Where is the library panel? Is this something in Powerpoint or something in the "Main" folder I downloaded? I can not find the movieclip named globe_mc