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We bought a flash template and editing it with Adobe Flash. Some how we have actually muttered our way threw it But now we have hit a wall. Under any of the galleries there is a arrow that suppose to link to another set of pics. Check it out www.imagesfromlight.com Then click a gallery. Well all it does is loop the same gallery. We want it to go to another set of pics. I don't care to have the same format I just want different pics. Plz Plz help! I know its something we are not seeing. Also plz explane like step by step
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