[quote="dijenga"]You could "upload" the file (that option is available) along with the message here in this forum.
As far as a "template" . . . just "save" the file instead of "exporting" it. Then it can be opened with SWF Easy and edited by another.
If you save it, and make it "write protected", then you can allow others access, while they would be unable to overwrite the original file.
If you are looking for a "free" alternative, and are not afraid to use Linux, you can download the 2 DVD Linux Distribution called "ArtistX" and use its programs. It has flash programs included and only costs the time to download and burn onto 2 DVD's. It can even be run from the DVD's as a "LIVE" version --- meaning it can be booted from and operated from the DVD. You can download it from http://www.distrowatch.com
and search for "Artistx".Be warned, however, that it is not as simple as either Quicker or SWF Easy.[/quote]
--- Thanks for the reat information... yes, you're quite right that I could just save it as a .gla file so that others could edit it. And that may indeed be the approach I take. I was just thinking how nice it woud be to be able to save as a template that could be accessible from within the wizards. But it sounds like I'd have to use another tool to do it that way.
Certainly not afraid to use Linux... actually would like to get some experience using it... its just that my work keeps me extremely pressed for time and I have to prioritize my time just to get anything done. Unfortunately, learnign a new OS is not a priority, so until a linux based project comes along, I'll have to stick to Windows (and occassionally MacOS).
For your information I am just a user like you and I am not sothink staff. If you want me or any user here to have a look at your file, please upload your file to any of file sharing website such as http://rapidshare.com/
and post the download link here.[/quote]
--- Sorry for misunderstanding... but wow... now I'm really impressed. As I looked through the SWF Easy forum, I'd seen so many of your postings providing such valuable feedback and resources for SWF Easy users, that I just assumed you must be one of the SourceTec employees. Well, you they ought to put you on the payroll for all your input. Kudos.
And yes, I'll see about sharing that template when I get it tweaked just a bit more.
Much thanks to you both!!!