Create a Flash animation that explains the following concept to novice computer users. The target audience will have very little or no computer knowledge or experience (such as grandma and grandpa). The Flash animation should use be narrated in easy-to-understand English by native Americans. If you are not native American English speaker, just writing the scripts would be fine. ==== We have a software which has a 30-day trial period. In order to use the software beyond the trial period, the user must activate the software. Activation is free. The user just needs to ask two friends or family members to install the software. We verify this by requiring the user to enter two different codes. The code is called "TAFID" (tm). ("Tell-A-Friend ID") When someone installs our software, the person will get a TAFID. When a person asks two friends/family members to install the software, they will each get a TAFID. The person needs to collect the two TAFIDs from his/her friends/family members and activate the software using the 2 TAFIDs collected. ==== Here is an example: X is using our software and the 30-day trial period is approaching the end. He wants to continue using the software by activating it. X plans to ask his 2 friends Y & Z to install the software. X calls Y on the phone, guide him through the installation of our software. At the end of the installation, the installation program displays a unique TAFID to Y. Y tells this TAFID to X. X calls Z on the phone, guide him through the installation of our software. At the end of the installation, the installation program displays a unique TAFID to Z. Z tells this TAFID to X. X enters the above 2 TAFIDs from Y & Z to his copy of trial software. Our software verifies the authenticity of the 2 entered codes. If they are genuine, the software becomes activated and X can continue to use the software past the 30-day trial period.
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Flash HTML Photoshop, Illustrator (graphics source)