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  1. hey everyone I m really interested in these tools, and oh i m totally new to everything... question, how do I install these into my wordpress site... anyone can help with a setup instruction. i typically wanna use the scroll parallax functions, have a business package no idea where to start. my brain needs an dummy Actionscript i guess.....help thanks for your time
  2. I received finished FLA banners from an agency that used Greensock to create some simple animations. Reading the Greensock instructions, it looked like all I needed to do was install the .com folder in the same folder as the FLA files, (yes I checked the file import location). But when I publish them I get are all kinds of "syntax" and "member attribute used incorrectly" errors. Is there something else I need to do to in Adobe Flash Pro CS5 to view and publish files? Note the agency can publish correctly. I'm a hack so please keep your answers simple, thanks. First few errors C:\...\g_\com\greensock\core\TweenCore.as, Line 7 Syntax error. C:\...\g_\com\greensock\core\TweenCore.as, Line 17 Attribute used outside class. C:\...\g_\com\greensock\core\TweenCore.as, Line 19 A member attribute was used incorrectly. C:\...\g_\com\greensock\core\TweenCore.as, Line 17 Attribute used outside class. Lots more.
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