I need a Macromedia Flash MX form build which will, when the user clicks the send button, send me the data to my email address. This is not a normal form. Although it will have a few form fields, most of it will be done with images.
The form must be designed so that the user can make their selections by simply sliding images from the left to right side of the form (onto the build pallet). Also, they must have the ability to orientate the images (North, South East, West, and all points in between). This means the ability to physically rotate the images.
The first flash movie layer will contain images of 3D land (to the left). To select land, the user clicks on and slides its image from the left side of the form to the right, orientates it in the direction they wish it to face (N-S-E-W etc.), then clicks the next button.
On the next layer they should see the land they just selected (to the right) and the first category (vegitation) of 3D image objects to choose from (to the left). So if they want the birch tree facing West, they slide it onto their land and orientate it accordingly. When done they click the next button to go to the next category (movie layer) of 3D images (structures). As they move forward all previous selection MUST appear exactly as they were selected and positioned.
If they wish, at any point during the build process, the user must be able to click the back button, make changes, and then move forward again to continue; all without losing any of their previous selections.
Once the user has completed their scene, they would click the send (Build It) button and the data would be sent to me via email.
IMPORTANT: The flash data email I receive must contain visuals of exactly what the user selected. Think of it as a screen shot of their finished land. I must be able to clearly see their selections, where on the land they sit, and their exact orientation on the land.
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Can only do once you increase your budget to $240....Not as simple as it seems to be....will need a strong Actionscripting and PHP coding as well Best Regards Sonia