I have swf file that was created in illustrator. Previously when it needed editing I would then convert it to html with google swiffy. Now swiffy is gone. I'd like to find a way to do this with adobe animate, but it won't open swf files. So I tried creating a new html file in animate and importing the swf file. But I don't have the option to save as or export as an html file, and I don't see a way to check if it even functions correctly in a browser. Here is a link to how this file (old version of the file) functions in a browser Geosynthetics that Meet DOT Specs
...Or are there any simple ways to do with with an adobe product?
Can you please look at what I need to accomplish if you haven't already : Geosynthetics that Meet DOT Specs
and tell me if there is a tutorial on how to recreate this thing in animate? I have no idea how to use animate and know very little about java script, but if there is some how to video out there what shows how to have each state as a clickable object that can open a link, and will change color slightly on mouse over maybe I could figure it out.
Is there a way to export the library bmps from the library to use in another program, once you imported the swf file?
I can't do all the java script from scratch. Are there any other options out there on the web that I can use in place of google swiffy (which was really really awsome btw!)?