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Step 1 Create a small circle to the left in the Stage area. Do this by selecting the circle tool from the left toolbar. Draw the circle in the Stage area. Step 2 Select the Arrow tool from the left toolbar. Double-click on the circle to select it. Step 3 Now we have to convert the circle to a symbol. When the circle is converted to a symbol we can create instances of the circle. From the top menu choose Modify > Convert to Symbol. Name the symbol "Ball", and select OK. Step 4 Go to Frame 10 in the Timeline. Do this by clicking the gray field below 10. Then right click in this field. Choose Insert Keyframe. Keyframes appear as circles in a frame. This operation duplicates the image. Note: A keyframe specifies changes in an animation. You create keyframes at important points in the Timeline and let Flash create the frames in between. Step 5 Select the circle and move it to the right a couple of inches. Step 6 Click on the Timeline any place between Frame 1 and Frame 10. Then right click and choose Create Motion Tween. Step 7 Choose Control > Test Movie from the top menu to test your Flash movie.
charlie the proble has something to do with the tv guide here is a response from an older post
Un plug the power to the Plasma Screen and also to the Media Receiver for ten minutes. Disconnect the off the air antennas both A and B. After ten minutes plug in the plasma screen then the media receiver and turn on wi the remote control. You should now be back in operation. I was.
Also It may not be a bad digital tuner. The TV Guide feature is active even when the zip code is set to all 0s so if you have an over the air antenna attached the TV will look for the TV Guide info and if it can not find it because of a weak signal or the chanel it is tuned to does not carry that information the TV thinks that tuner does not work which triggers the 12 flashes. Also on power up the gray box with the waring message "Plasma Display Starting Up, Please Wait" appears and the screen is blank.
No and no, the flash is by default programed to shut off after 1 minute .If you were using the flash on-camera, the flash
would automatically power itself on when camera activity is detected but
when the flash is detached, it doesn't wake back up. To change this you have to turn off the auto shut off in the flash menu: 1. Power the flash on 2. Hold down the back light /C.Fn button until "Fn 00
0" appears on the screen 3. Rotate the selector wheel until you see
"Fn 01 0" 4. Press your selector button down so that the 0 begins
flashing 5. Rotate your selector wheel to change the 0 to a 1
6. Rotate the selector to the "Fn 14 0" position and set it to 1 7. Press your selector button to save this parameter
8. Press your Mode button to return to the main screen Now your flash stays on as long as the flash switch is turned on ON, and as long as you have juice in the batteries.
Do not forget to turn off the flash after you are done.You can reverse it anytime, but you have to read the manual for that..
Check that you have not got an auto power off setting on. Check that the aerial connections are good. That the signal is strong from the stations it is picking up. Weak signals can cause the box to shut down.
It the box is very hot when it shuts down, you might have a fault on it.
Hello Dave, Hold the left and right buttons down on the front of your sky + box then unplug and plug back in the power. Hold these down until the circle LED shows then press the select button in the middle. This does a factory reset.
Once this is Done unplug from the back of the Sky+ box then hold down the backup button and plug back in until all the lights are on... on the front of your box. Updating software should be showen on the screen whilest this is doing its thing. Ohh you can take your finger off the backup button when you see this message on the screen.
I would advise you turn the channel over or turn the TV off as this can take 10 + minutes to update. I dont want to be responsable for burning the screen.
Ive seen this before...that may be indicative of an upgrade of the software in the cable box that comes from your cable provider. The best thing to do is plug it back in, let it get the "yellow ring" for a bit, and wait for the upgrade (it make take 10 - 15 minutes). Then things should return to normal... If the condition persists, try to call the cable company.