Q : A button saying "Anfy
Team", with a link to your page is appearing on my applet!
A : When you purchase a commercial
account, this button will not be displayed on the applets
Q : Is Macromedia
Flash required to use the Anfy Flash system?
A : No, the only thing you should have is the Macromedia
Flash 5.0 player installed. Download the FREE player by
Q : What do I need
to run this system on a Macintosh?
A : You must use Internet Explorer 5.0 (or
later) and Macintosh Runtime For Java (MRJ) version 2.2.3
(or later) to run the VAC Configurator Java applet dialog.
However, the Flash applets can be run in any Mac browser which
has the Macromedia
Flash 5.0 player installed. Today, most browsers do have
this plugin. When running the VAC Configurator Java applet,
make sure you have assigned a lot of memory to Internet
Explorer. We have experienced effects such as the configurator
applet refusing to send data or the browser not wanting to
open up a new test window due to a lack of memory. Currently
the system is NOT working with OS X, due to extensive bugs
in the Applet MRJ. To be able to run the system in OS X, you
must use the Classic environment and with Internet Explorer
Q : Will my
Flash applets stop working when my account expires?
A : No, if you are registered (either as a freeware
or commercial account) your applets are not time stamped.
The applets you create while you have your account are yours
Q : Once an applet
is created, if I incorporate it into a design, where is the
swf file served from, your server or ours?
A : The SWF files can't be served from our server.
Once the applet is created, you must download it and then
put upload it into your own server.
Q : Sometimes,
the Flash or Java applet disappears on my browser or the memory
runs out. I'm using Macintosh with OS 9
A : This is because you have allocated too little
memory to your browser. In OS 9.x you need to go to "Get Info"
in the Apple icon and change the memory allocation. If you
are using OS X the memory is automatically increased when
Q : I get a gray
box or a white box when trying to edit an applet.
A : You are probably missing the Java Virtual Machine
on your browser. Note that Internet Explorer 6 doesn't include
the Java VM by default. You must download it from one of the
download locations at
this page. If you are a Mac OS X user, note that you must
run the applet in the Macintosh
Classic Environment, due to extensive bugs in the Java
Virtual Machine in Mac OS X. You can also use Sun's Java plugin
if you want to, it will work fine with the Anfy Flash system.
Q : How do I send
my Flash applets in e-mails?
A : If you are a freeware user, a link will appear
after creating an applet which sends you to the Flash e-mail
page. If you are a commercial user, this link which says "E-mail"
is in your file folder next to the SWF file you intend to
Q : How do
I insert my Flash effects into PowerPoint presentations?