1 Cool Button Tool-Flash

5.0

 
License: Free to try
Price:
$29.95
Rated:
Downloads: 6
Op. System: Windows XP/2000/98/NT
Last updated: 2008-10-15
File size: 3.64 MB
Publisher: Juice Software
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Publisher description for 1 Cool Button Tool-Flash

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Spice up your site with animated buttons, menus, navigation schemes and other Flash files using this easy-to-use tool - you can even add MP3s. Just arrange your buttons in a WYSIWYG window, press 'Build Flash' and 1CBT creates all the flash and HTML.Features include:** WYSIWYG Design, Layout and Preview. Just create buttons and arrange them as easy as '1-2-3' or use the instant preview to Review animation moves - it means that even the total beginner can create fully interactive buttons in minutes. ** 300 Button Images and Sounds 1 Cool Button Tool comes with a complete gallery of over 300 quality button images and sounds. The buttons are all custom-designed and include up, over and down button states.** Button Animation. You can MOVE, scale, transform, fade and rotate any button... plus you can trigger these animations from a variety of sources - button clicks, mouse-overs and many other events.** Full Sound Support. 1CBT supports WAV and AU files in applets and MP3 in Flash files.** Use ANY image or artwork for your Buttons. You can use any Jpeg or Gif image for your buttons or Backgrounds - make your gif button images transparent with One Click.** Multiple Button States and Types. Each button can have a different image, colour, font, text label, sound, action or format in any of its three states - up, mouse-over or down position. Buttons can be either push, check-box and tick-box style buttons. ** Multiple Action Triggers. Objects and buttons can be affected by many different action triggers - on Load, Button entry (mouse-over), Button leave, Button Down, Mouse Up, Button Check and Button un-Check - this can create a huge array of possibilities when designing your navigation or button scheme. ** JavaScript interface. For more advanced users, a JavaScript interface can change the various states of buttons within the Flash file or Java applet giving power-users the edge in creating complex navigation schemes.

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