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Greetings,

I've created a link to make an .swf file pop up in a window. The window isn't actually a web page. It is simply linked to the .swf, making the title of the "page" the directory location of the file ie. "../../folder/folder/file.swf." Is it possible to name the popup swf, or do I need to embed each .swf into a page and make that page the popup?

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I think you have to embed the movie into an html page that pop-up in order to give the pop-up a title.

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Greetings,

I've created a link to make an .swf file pop up in a window. The window isn't actually a web page. It is simply linked to the .swf, making the title of the "page" the directory location of the file ie. "../../folder/folder/file.swf." Is it possible to name the popup swf, or do I need to embed each .swf into a page and make that page the popup?

when i get home ill try and post an example of some code i have that embeds swf files if you still need help.

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Its possible name the popup swf

Greetings,

I've created a link to make an .swf file pop up in a window. The window isn't actually a web page. It is simply linked to the .swf, making the title of the "page" the directory location of the file ie. "../../folder/folder/file.swf." Is it possible to , or do I need to embed each .swf into a page and make that page the popup?

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