Simple Flash image scroller

This project was awarded to imszone for $40 USD.

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This is pretty much a simple project but I need it done in 24 HOURS !!

Go to the site You will see towards the bottom of the home page, there is a mockup for an image scroller. 3 of these need to be done with the following:

1) The first one on the home page will contain images mixed of wedding and corporate events. The flash should start by scrolling slowly (the image scroll). The arrows will control the direction of the scroll from there on in. When a user clicks on an image, the larger jpeg version should popup in a new window. All images and even framework will be provided.

2) A duplicate of the above minus the corporate images – this will be placed at the bottom of the weddings section.

3) A third copy will be produced for the corporate section, so it will be without the wedding images.

So it's actually ONE SINGLE SCROLLER but in 3 versions ( with different pictures that I will provide ). When mouse over the arrows the movement direction changes and each picture needs to act as a button ( to open up a pop-up with the enlarged picture of course ).

So this is quite simple and I see it all over the internet ( i'm sure you can find a script somewhere you could use ). It should probably take 30 minutes to set up. I could do it myself but I am a bit busy on other bigger projects. The maximum budget for this is 40$ so please bid accordingly and don't forget that I need this done in 24 HOURS!!

Since this is quite urgent but also a simple Flash project I expect to see a small mock-up to be sure we're on the same line and the scroller works correctly so we don't waste eachother's time.

I will be available via PM with any questions you might have.


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