Attached is the .fla file of a Flash game that reads in a specially-coded file with a word or phrase, scrambles the letters, and places the jumbled letters at the bottom of the window and a line of blank dashes at the middle of the window.
The user then drags the scrambled letters onto the dashes in the right order to spell the word. As soon as the last blank line is filled with a letter, all of the letters in the correct places turn blue and are locked into place. Letters that are positioned incorrectly turn red and the user has a additional chances to swap them around and get them in the right places.
I would like a (hopefully minor) modifications made. Instead of initializing the game with the jumbled letters at the bottom of the window, I would like start out with each letter already randomly placed on a dash. If the discussion above has been confusing, I have included some before/after pictures in the zip file that hopefully show what I'm going for.
I believe that with the way the game currently randomizes the order of the letters, some of them will begin in the right position. This is fine.
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Most likely Windows XP, possibly under IE, but I understand the Flash is supposed to be somewhat platform independent.