Need to construct two flash animation that load variables from a cold fusion query during run time. Company should be familiar with action script while maintaining variables and flash. The animation is to step through as many records that are returned from the query. Two flash movies are required as follows: 1. Heart Flash Create heart with results from 10 form fields. Maximum length from form fields would be from 8-30 characters in length. 2. Spirial Flash Flash would be divided into two parts. The right part would be a spliral that is created in steps. The animation is to step through as many records that are returned from the query. The query obtains results from 28 form field. Colors change as the spiral is created in 4 step increments. On the right side of the flash movie is a listing of results returned from the form fields. Example: 1. Hired as a manager 2. Graduated with honors 3. First child born 4-28 etc. Maximum characters in any form field would be 30.
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