Okay, so I have a C# Windows Forms Application w/ code like this, the only difference being the Flash path....well, you'll see what I mean:

using System;
using System.Collections;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Data;
using System.Drawing;
using System.Diagnostics;
using System.Windows.Forms;
using System.Linq;
using System.Xml.Linq;
namespace WindowsApplication2
{
    // TRANSMISSINGCOMMENT: Class Form1
    public partial class Form1
    { 
        public Form1() 
        { 
            InitializeComponent();if (transDefaultFormForm1 == null)    transDefaultFormForm1 = this;
            // events handled by Form1_Load
            /* TRANSWARNING: check EventHandler assignment */ 
            base.Load += new System.EventHandler( Form1_Load ); 
        } 
        // TRANSMISSINGCOMMENT: Method Form1_Load
        private void Form1_Load( System.Object sender, System.EventArgs e ) 
        { 
            /* L:3 */this.AxShockwaveFlash1.Movie = @"M:\[COLOR="Red"][B]Not showing path as it contains personal info.[/B][/COLOR]"; 
        } 

        /* TRANSINFO: Default instance for Form */
        private static Form1 transDefaultFormForm1 = null;
        public static Form1 TransDefaultFormForm1
        { 
            get
            { 
                if (transDefaultFormForm1 == null)
                {
                    transDefaultFormForm1 = new Form1();
                }
                return transDefaultFormForm1;
            } 
        } 
    } 

    /* L:6 */
    /* L:6 */
}

...so yeah, how do you put it in xna? Would I have to use this &/or this:
http://creators.xna.com/en-US/sample/winforms_series1
http://creators.xna.com/en-US/sample/winforms_series2

and/or this?:
http://www.nuclex.org/news/2007/05/14/xna-windows-forms-usercontrol

...and/or something else? And if so, how do I use what I have to use?

Edited 3 Years Ago by Reverend Jim: Fixed formatting

BTW, the C# app is running the Flash movie fine, yes, my project is for trying to run a Flash Movie I created. No, Fluix won't help.

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