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I'm guessing this is pretty much impossible, but thought I'd ask.

I know you can block whole flash elements with things like AdBlock, but was wondering if there was a way you could block elements, such as images, WITHIN a flash file.

Thanks!

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Block, no. Some elements are packaged within the flash object while some are loaded from external sources.

You can use javascript to control some elements of a flash object, but you'd have to know a lot about the flash object to do this such as specific names or ids of the components.

Check this page out for some examples - http://www.permadi.com/tutorial/flashjscommand/

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I thought as much...... thanks for the confirmation! :) – Brett Feb 10 '12 at 16:40

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