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    DHTML - RotateImages() coding question

    Hello. I am new to this site and am thrilled to know that something like the exists. I have spent about 30 hours trying to complete this task. I know it must seem easy but I am a beginner. I'm trying to keep it simple but I'm getting very confused. Can someone please help me? I am trying to create a slide show for screensaver with a random dissolve transition. There are 20 picutres altogether which will rotate. They are called “Picture001.jpg”, “Pictue002.jpg” and so on and so forth. I HAVE to use the RotateImages() function. I believe everything is correctly written below except for the RotateImages() function, which I can’t seem to do. I have left this area blank, so as to not confuse everyone who is reviewing this, with all of my previous attempts. THANK YOU !!!!!!!!!

    <HTML>
    <HEAD>
    <TITLE>screen saver slide show</TITLE>
    <SCRIPT>

    var intCount=2

    function RotateImages()
    {


    }

    function StartTrans()
    {
    setInterval("RotateImages()", 1000);
    }

    </SCRIPT>
    </HEAD>
    <BODY onLoad="StartTrans();">

    <IMG SRC="Picture001.jpg" ID=Img1 BORDER=1 WIDTH=100% Height=100% STYLE="visibility: visible; filter: revealTrans(Duration=20, Transition=12)">

    </BODY>
    </HTML>

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    not sure what you want..

    do you want a random transition EFFECT...

    or

    a random IMAGE

    ???

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    answer

    it should be a random dissolve of one picture into antoher. the picutres will go in order (1 thru 20). They are titled "Picture001.jpg " and so on and so forth.

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    random dissolve transition EFFECT.

    thanks!


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