logic behind bgtm# and bgsm#?
A little about me before I ask my question: I'm more of a Flash Developer, with a background in video production, who has been pressed into the Instructional/eLearning developer mold. It's an easy transition, but as someone who is more used to writing my own slide player in ActionScript and calling my swfs whatever I want, the jump has been an "adjustment." Some ways good, some ways frustrating, but I'm very excited about the possibilities ahead.
Anyway, on to my question. I've noticed that sometimes the swf Articulate makes for my slide backgrounds will be called bgsm#, and sometimes it will be called bgtm#. Why is that? And is there anyway to change it? I like things like that to be predictable, and right now I can't quite sort out the logic behind why sometimes it's different... I'm sure it's something simple, but like I said above, I'm a little out of my element.
Not a pressing, urgent question, more of a curiousity.