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Integrating Flash into a C# applicaiton: Doable?

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I'm experimenting with flash and C# to create a menu system for a game. This menu system would NOT be used during 3D-accelerated gameplay. It would be used for things like setting up player options, finding games to join, setting up a new game (hosting), creating a credits screen, etc. None of these screens will use 3d acceleration or require ultra responsive usability. Is this possible? Does anyone have any experience doing something like this? How difficult is it? Where should one go to learn more? Thanks guys =)

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hi,

Yes, this is possible, google AxShockwaveFlash. All you need to do is add a reference to the dll, then add it to your tool box - drag and drop onto a form. I've used it before for simply playing a movie in a windows forms and it worked great - getting / setting variables based on user input could be another story - but that should get you started.

Kind Regards,

Chris

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we looked at gameswf... it's been abandoned and it was never stable enough for commercial use (as far as we could tell).

i'll start looking into AxShockwaveFlash. has anyone else used AxShockwaveFlash for something like this? or something like it?

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