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Director Script Error in my plugin

Posted: Tue, 12th Aug 2003, 12:14am

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xaviermm

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Hi everyone.
For the second time I need some help from someone out there. I've created a plugin from a single picture, i just need to tween it with another background.
After trying to apply my new plugin i get an error message. I can't see my plugin working!!!
The plugin needs some alpha work, i've done it by the book but surely i'm missing something. I'll will appreciate as usual any help here.
Thanx
Posted: Tue, 12th Aug 2003, 12:29am

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Hajiku_Flip

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Hmm..I'm not sure if this causes your problem, but sometimes plugins get a hidden file along the lines of "Thumb.dlb". Zip your plugin and open it up with winzip and search through the files and see if you can find something like that in there. If you do, delete it, then unzip the file and try it. That could possibly be what's causing you the trouble. confused
Posted: Tue, 12th Aug 2003, 5:40pm

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xaviermm

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yeeeyy!!
thankx i'll try that, i'm working on a mac, but i think it should be the same right?
Posted: Wed, 13th Aug 2003, 7:14am

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Axeman

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What OS are you running on your Mac? If it is a single frame plugin, you could e-mail it to me and I'll take a look. I could probably find where the problem is. wilkinson@usintouch.com

I've got quite a slow connection, so if it is a really big file, this would not be the best option.