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  • [QUOTE=Majestics;1613064]My main aim is to provide a startup animation , so application before start produce a good effect on the user, like word, excel etc...[/QUOTE] You should have said that earlier. It's easy. Java 6 has a "splash screen" capability that displays an image while your app is loading, and … Read More

  • Can't you create the animation with flash then save it as a gif? eg: [url]http://www.ehow.com/how_2200108_publish-animated-gif-flash.html[/url] Read More

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    Here is a list of [URL="http://osflash.org/open_source_flash_projects"]Java Flash open source projects[/URL] maybe you can find something suitable there. From my point of view I was only interested in Project Capuchine, that was to get flash on JME platform, plus little of Java-Flex stuff Read More

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www.google.com, not sure if without official API is there another way without performance leaks, anyway interesting question, could you post your result from that...

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I already tried google. I only saw JFLASHPLAYER Api which is not free, so i thought to use Java Fx.... So still in trouble, need professionals help like NormR1

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My main aim is to provide a startup animation , so application before start produce a good effect on the user, like word, excel etc...

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Thanx Cherrill, its also a great solution but i want to make flash attach with java.... Animation made under flash are more realistic look then gif files. VB.NET provide support for this, so i m wondering for same in java.

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As I see it, the big advantage of the splash screen is that java.exe loads and displays it before loading and initialising your app. Any java language-based approach won't display until the application has loaded and main has been called anyway.

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Thank you all, i will try flash later, because of my little knowledge how to use the flash api correctly..... until then gif is more appropriate

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