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    Perfect!

    Thanks so much for these!

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    The instructions can be found here as well:

    http://udn.epicgames.com/Three/Scale...essional%20CS4

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    k, I'm going to post the directions here. Special thanks to awesome allar:

    1) Open Flash (the trial version works just fine for this).

    2) Click "help," once it drops down click "manage extensions."

    3) Once in 'manage extensions" click "Install."

    4) the directory for the scaleform file (Scaleform CLIK.mxp) you want to install is as follows: "C:UDK-2010-11/Binaries/GFx/CLIK Tools/Scaleform CLIK.mxp"

    Once you've found the flie, click on it and choose "open" or double click it and the install will begin. Note you have to accept the agreement once the install begins.

    Thanks Matt.

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    Mr. Doyle in the first video you mention you'll further demonstrate on how to set up the scaleform launcher flash extension. Can you please elaborate on this?

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    Originally posted by juanitudev1 View Post
    In the Getting Started with CLIK - 2 tutorial, I get the error
    Code:
    The class or interface 'gfx.controls.Label' could not be loaded.
    Same thing for the button class. Any ideas?
    Make sure your action script settings are good.

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    In the Getting Started with CLIK - 2 tutorial, I get the error
    Code:
    The class or interface 'gfx.controls.Label' could not be loaded.
    Same thing for the button class. Any ideas?

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    UDK when running the game ( log ) but only after updating from August to October. In August there were no complaints in the log. I get 1 error for every font location ( same font in 30 places, I get 30 warnings ). The font embedding system is quite different in Sothink. You cannot specify names for the fonts, it's just "Embed" and select a charmap to embed ( simplicity at it's finest ). I have a suspicion that it names them internally with one of the prefixes you've added recently ( most likely $ ) and there is no way to change this.

    I've submitted a support ticket with Sothink on the matter as well.

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    I'm sorry but I don't have Sothink installed, and couldn't tell you what is wrong. If you haven't already, be sure to watch the Fonts tutorial video in the Getting Started with GFX forum post, which explains how to use fonts in UDK. And just make sure you've done everything correctly.

    In the future, we may create Sothink specific tutorials, but at this time, it is not a priority.

    By the way, where are these error messages occuring? UDK log when you run the game? On import into UDK?

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    Working with Fonts. Using Sothink, embedded fonts now spits a log full of

    Code:
    [0285.96] Warning: Warning, Failed to load 'Font None.Digital-7': Failed to find object 'Font None.Digital-7'
    [0285.96] Warning: Warning, Failed to load 'Font None.Digital-7': Failed to find object 'Font None.Digital-7'
    [0285.96] Warning: Warning, Failed to load 'Font None.Digital-7': Failed to find object 'Font None.Digital-7'
    [0285.96] Warning: Warning, Failed to load 'Font None.Digital-7': Failed to find object 'Font None.Digital-7'
    Which didn't occur in August, but does now. While I understand you only officially support Adobe FlashPro. Sothink had no drawbacks until this release. Can you look into why a Sothink generated flash file generates all these warnings in October ( and possibly Sept, but I didn't use that version )? The file displays properly, but it's like it's looking for a packaged font first.

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    Hey there. Right now the closest thing we have to an educational license is the UDK integration. There has been talk of working with schools, but I cannot say where that has gone or is going. For now, your best bet is to learn to use the integration in UDK and use these forums as your source of education.

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    Hi UDK Guys and Gals!

    Just introducing myself here, before I ask my question. I am Alvin, a Visual and Game Programming student over at Art Institute in San Diego.

    My basic question is not a "technical" question, but rather a "registration" question. I would like to ask if the guys and gals at Scaleform if they could set up something for students and educators, much like how Autodesk has an educational community. I only see something for the professional side of the community, but nothing for the educational side yet. I'd like to get involved in such a thing.

    Thanks!!

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    sorry i writted some parts wrong but now i fixed it

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    Sounds like you have some syntax errors in your code. Without seeing your code, I can't help you.

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    im getting a problem with the getting started click tutorials

    after i finish everything i try to test it with the scaleform launcher and it just says

    writted everything exactly as the tutorials but now when i try to test it with the scaleform launcher it says

    i writted everything exactly how it is on the tutorials


    Scene=Scene1, layer=actions, frame=10, Line29 Function Name Excpected
    Scene=Scene1 layer=actions, frame=10, line 35 syntax error
    Scene=Scene1 LAYER=ACTIONS, FRAME=10, LINE 36 Unexpected }
    encountered

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    Yay for being included!

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