The following tiny project includes the following: The following flash object [url removed, login to view] loads thumbnails for items that appear under the following text definition file: [url removed, login to view] This file includes 5 types of parameters tyoes: 1. Param Name: ebay_login Usage: Inactive 2. itemNumList: every image have an item number, when clicking on a thumbnail,a base url (I.e. [url removed, login to view]) should be combined with the item number so if for example the itemnumber for image number 1 is: 99332, the URL for the redirection URL is: [url removed, login to view] 3. textList The title for each one of the thumbnails. &start=7& 4. url_val - the URL for the base URL. All the parameters work fine and function correctly with the exception of one parameter - URL_VAL. When this script was created, the coder hard coded a static URL and now when we want to change it to another URL. The scope of this project includes the following: 1. Fix the URL_VAL parameter support 2. When clicking on the thumbnail, it opens a new window. If possible, we would like to add a flag that will determine if a popup window will be open or if the current HTML document which includes this HTML file will get redirected to the selected URL. Source/.FLA file will be sent to the selected coder.
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