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Flash >> Actionscript
Blic gallery
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   In this tutorial you have a chance to learn how to create blic picture galery, using Action Script.
FreePlateform(s): n/aUpdate: 10/18/200Vistor Rating: 4Rating: 1
Flash drawing by pencil
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   Have you ever wish to draw something in flash? This tutorial will enable that! Learn how to create a pencil and after that how to draw something using that pencil and Action Script in flash 8.
FreePlateform(s): n/aUpdate: 10/18/200Vistor Rating: 1Rating: 4
Animated Flash Menu
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   This tutorial will teach you how to make a Animated Flash Menu using Action Script.
FreePlateform(s): n/aUpdate: 10/18/200Vistor Rating: 1Rating: 3
Timer in Flash
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   Learn how to create a timer in flash 8 using action script. You can use it for picture presentation, slide show or something.
FreePlateform(s): n/aUpdate: 10/18/200Vistor Rating: 2Rating: 4
Custom Cursor in Flash
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   Using flash, you can hide a standard cursor and create a custom cursor. In this tutorial I will teach you how to create and change the cursor in your flash presentations to anything you want.
FreePlateform(s): n/aUpdate: 10/18/200Vistor Rating: 4Rating: 4
Digital Clock in Flash
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   Time is money, and it is always helpful to know what time it is. Exactly this tutorial will teach you how to create a digital clock with date. For this tutorial I'll using flash8.
FreePlateform(s): n/aUpdate: 10/18/200Vistor Rating: 2Rating: 3
Flash viewer
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   This tutorial explaining how to make a slide show viewer using action script and pictures in flash.
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Turn on/off sound in flash
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   This tutorial gives us the chance to turn on and turn off the sound using play and stop buttons.
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Increase/Decrease Movie Clip by button
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   This tutorial will teach you how to Increase and decrease a Movie Clip using buttons and Action Script in flash 8.
FreePlateform(s): n/aUpdate: 10/18/200Vistor Rating: 1Rating: 3
Right Click Menu
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   This Tutorial will teach you how to create a symple right click menu in flash using Action Script.
FreePlateform(s): n/aUpdate: 10/18/200Vistor Rating: 3Rating: 2
Flash Snake Game in Flash MX
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   Creat the Snake game where you eat food to become longer and try not to run into yourself. Works with Flash MX or higher. Customizable with your own colors and backgrounds, or change the code and change the whole game.
FreePlateform(s): Window,Mac OSXUpdate: 10/18/200Vistor Rating: 2Rating: 2
The power of Action Script
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   In this tutorial you have a chance to learn simple Action Script example.When I drag my Movie Clip above another Movie Clip something happens. Let's see what it is!
FreePlateform(s): n/aUpdate: 10/18/200Vistor Rating: 1Rating: 3
GetUrl By Picture
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   In this tutorial I will teach you how to create a getURL using pictures! You will also learn how to build a simple button with over effect!
FreePlateform(s): n/aUpdate: 10/18/200Vistor Rating: 4Rating: 1
The words in Action
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   This tutorial will show you how to apply some action at some text,word,picture... using Action Script.For this example I will apply some action at some words.When you drag your mouse over the words something happen!let's go to see what's happen!
FreePlateform(s): n/aUpdate: 10/18/200Vistor Rating: 1Rating: 4
Controling Movie Clip in Flash
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   In this tutorial, I will show you how to create Controling Movie Clip.
FreePlateform(s): n/aUpdate: 10/18/200Vistor Rating: 1Rating: 4
Shine Text Effect
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   Have you ever wanted to learn how to create advanced text effect using AS?
FreePlateform(s): n/aUpdate: 10/18/200Vistor Rating: 4Rating: 4
Advanced Blur Text Effect
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   In this tutorial, I will show how to create a Blur text effect using Action Script.
FreePlateform(s): n/aUpdate: 10/18/200Vistor Rating: 3Rating: 3
Play Sound using Actionscripts
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   A simple tutorial showing step by step how to play/stop a sound loop using actionscripts. Source Fla is available for download.
FreePlateform(s): Linux,Window,FreeBSD,Sun SolorisUpdate: 10/18/200Vistor Rating: 4Rating: 3
Creating a fishing game using actionscript
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   one of the most stunning applications of Macromedia Flash is that you can create your very own game, i found it marvelous back when i made my first one. its worth sharing the easy tricks i took making one of my games, "Fishing Season". the name says it all, its a fishing game.
FreePlateform(s): n/aUpdate: 10/18/200Vistor Rating: 2Rating: 4
LoadVars Class in Flash
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   LoadVars class is the most powerfull class for communicating with server-side technologies and to load external data from text files. It was introduced in Flash Player 6 to provide a cleaner, much more object-oriented interface for the common task of exchanging data with a server and text files.
FreePlateform(s): n/aUpdate: 10/18/200Vistor Rating: 1Rating: 4
A Simple Flash Preloader
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   Learn how to create a very simple preloader for your flash files. This article is done in Flash 5 but also applies to Flash 4. The preloader is essential to prevent partial loading of the movie while it plays. A preloader is usually made attractive to the viewer to keep him/her occupied while another movie or some data is loaded in the background.
FreePlateform(s): n/aUpdate: 10/18/200Vistor Rating: 2Rating: 3
Cambodiaxp.com - easy flash tutorial guide
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   offers free flash mx tutorials with step by step explanation.Together with source code provided, Your flash learning experience is fun and easy.
FreePlateform(s): Linux,WindowUpdate: 10/18/200Vistor Rating: 3Rating: 4
Customized Cursor in Flash MX 2004
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   You want to create advanced presentation or shooter game? Need a cursor in the shape of target or you simply tired of dull default cursors? No problem! With this easy tutorial you will be able to change the cursor in your flash presentations to anything you want
FreePlateform(s): n/aUpdate: 10/18/200Vistor Rating: 4Rating: 3
Progressive Flash Video Player: Part 1
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   Learn the basic essentials needed to create a progressive flash video player for your website or presentation. Part 2 will be coming very soon.
FreePlateform(s): n/aUpdate: 10/18/200Vistor Rating: 3Rating: 4
Search and Replace in Flash.
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   Flash doesn't provide a built in function to search and replace text, this tutorial explains how you may write your own using very simple code.
FreePlateform(s): n/aUpdate: 10/18/200Vistor Rating: 4Rating: 4
Full Flash Preloader
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   Learn to make a flash preloader. This can be very useful for loading large files and websites.... This tut shows you how the EASY way... and it actually WORKS!!!!
FreePlateform(s): n/aUpdate: 10/18/200Vistor Rating: 1Rating: 3
Building Easy Text or Images Scrolling with Flash MX 2004
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   There are many websites in the Internet built using Macromedia Flash technology. You probably saw different types of scrolling on those websites. I would like to show you one of the easiest ways to create a scroll bar with the mask. It may be used not only for text scrolling but you may also put images into that scrolling.
FreePlateform(s): n/aUpdate: 10/18/200Vistor Rating: 4Rating: 2
Customized Right Click Menu in Flash
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   This tutorial is for people who want to know how to set up customized right click menu for Flash MX 2004. Why somebody needs the customized right click menu in Flash MX? Imagine you want to protect your work with copyright information or just include your website address so everyone who saw that movie could visit your website. The simplest example of customized menu you will be able to create after finishing our tutorial.
FreePlateform(s): n/aUpdate: 10/18/200Vistor Rating: 4Rating: 3
Flash Custom Curser
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   This tutorial will teach you how to create a custom curser for your flash movie. Here we will be using movieclip symbol and little bit of actionscript to develop custom cursor. The .fla download file is included at the end of the tutorial
FreePlateform(s): n/aUpdate: 10/18/200Vistor Rating: 4Rating: 3
Simple Flash-XML Photogallery
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   Create a bare-bones flash photo gallery which will look something like this. The thumbnails, images and titles are loaded and setup dynamically with data provided by a xml file.
FreePlateform(s): n/aUpdate: 10/18/200Vistor Rating: 2Rating: 4
LoadVariables and LoadVars Objects
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   LoadVars and LoadVariables are two of the most common and easiest methods of connecting Flash SWF files to external data sources. This tutorial covers both methods in great detail, assuming almost no prior knowledge and providing numerous examples and hints.
FreePlateform(s): n/aUpdate: 10/18/200Vistor Rating: 1Rating: 2
How to start this ActionScript stuff?
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   It is always difficult to learn a thing when you even don't know how to start. If you think programming is absolutely a strange thing, couldn't imagine how to write ActionScript. Wish this tutorial document will help you to know how to start ActionScript, find out what you need in ActionScript.
FreePlateform(s): n/aUpdate: 10/18/200Vistor Rating: 2Rating: 3
Advanced XML Menu
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   This is similar to the basic XML menu, but with one key difference it has sub-menus. This tutorial will also encapsulate the menu creation inside a function that uses parameters for greater flexibility.
FreePlateform(s): n/aUpdate: 10/18/200Vistor Rating: 4Rating: 3
ActionScript.org Tutorials Section
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   ActionScript.org is known for its unique, in-depth, and top quality tutorials. We have tutorials which cover the foundations of ActionScript programming for the absolute beginner, all the way through to complicated systems for advanced users. Be sure check out our discussion and support forums, code library, employment section, open source movies, and all the other content we offer.
FreePlateform(s): n/aUpdate: 10/18/200Vistor Rating: 3Rating: 3
Basic Xml Menu
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   This tutorial shows you some methods on how to make a dynamic menu by loading and parsing an xml file. This tutorial will also cover using attachMovie effectivel
FreePlateform(s): n/aUpdate: 10/18/200Vistor Rating: 3Rating: 3
Functions: The Complete Guide
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   In this tutorial we will cover functions from head to toe. From declaring to invoking and calling them. We will talk about using arguments and parameters in functions, and also a number of other things.
FreePlateform(s): n/aUpdate: 10/18/200Vistor Rating: 1Rating: 3
Flash Timeline Preloader (10%, 20% loaded etc.)
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   Learn how to create a timeline Preloader in Flash (10%, 20% loaded etc.). The .Fla file available for free download.
FreePlateform(s): n/aUpdate: 10/18/200Vistor Rating: 2Rating: 4
Flash Digital Clock
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   It is very simple to build a digital clock. This tutorial will teach you how to create a digital Clock in Flash MX 2004. The download .fla file is also included at the end of the tutorial.
FreePlateform(s): n/aUpdate: 10/18/200Vistor Rating: 4Rating: 4
Capturing the mousewheel in flash
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   One of Flash's usability problems has been the inability to use a scrollwheel.This tutorial details 2 methods of by which a mousewheel can be used with flash and the pros and cons of each method.
FreePlateform(s): n/aUpdate: 10/18/200Vistor Rating: 4Rating: 4
Flash ActionScript Variables 101
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   This tutorial covers variables and their ever day applications in Flash ActionScript. Written assuming no former programming knowledge the tutorial covers variables from the ground up, providing practical examples and even tests. ActionScript.org is an award winning resource site packed with free tutorials such as this one.
FreePlateform(s): n/aUpdate: 10/18/200Vistor Rating: 4Rating: 4
Get Property
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   Learn how to use Get Property to retrieve all possible information about a MovieClip via ActionScript. This details tutorial is written with no assumed knowledge and includes numerous examples and easy to understand explanations. A Set Property tutorial is also available.
FreePlateform(s): n/aUpdate: 10/18/200Vistor Rating: 3Rating: 4
Creating Macromedia Flash Actionscript Objects and why to use them
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   Learn how to create and use Actionscript objects. Objects are a very important concept to understand and can save you a lot of time.
FreePlateform(s): Linux,Window,FreeBSD,Mac OSX,Sun SolorisUpdate: 11/28/200Vistor Rating: 3Rating: 3
URL Action Editor
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   This is useful if you loose the FLA source and need to change the URL addresses. In case there are graphical symbols referring to those URLs, the utility will also let you hide certain types of symbols. You can also import (from another SWF) and replace symbols including non-streaming sounds.
FreePlateform(s): Linux,Window,FreeBSD,Mac OSX,Sun SolorisUpdate: 11/28/200Vistor Rating: 4Rating: 3
Macromedia Flash MX ActionScripting: Advanced Training from the Source
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   This book will be different in several ways. Instead of just explaining how scripting works, explains scripting by translating real-life activities into scripts, so that users can begin to see the association of how programming and scripting is something they instinctively already know how to do. Readers will be shown many methodologies and techniques for building nearly thirty real-life Flash ActionScript projects, including sample games, wireless applications, Web sites, and more, enabling them to work faster and more efficiently. The companion CD-ROM contains all project files and images necessary for each project in the book.
FreePlateform(s): Linux,Window,FreeBSD,Mac OSX,Sun SolorisUpdate: 11/28/200Vistor Rating: 1Rating: 3
Actionscript.org Macromedia Flash Resources and Tutorials
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   This website presents you a vast collection of Flash files for you to use in your websites or in presentations.The Flash files are categorised as games, sound, navigation, 3d, Animation and lot more. All the resources listed here are free and open source. Actionscript.org provides a one stop solution for Flash programmers and designers.
FreePlateform(s): Linux,Window,FreeBSD,Mac OSX,Sun SolorisUpdate: 11/28/200Vistor Rating: 3Rating: 1
Action Script Viewer
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   Action Script Viewer (ASViewer) is a Windows application that allows you to see the ActionScripts in SWF files.ASViewer allows you to decompile action scripts in a SWF file and present a Flash compatible (compilable) text of the script. Other features included in the Action Script Viewer are: Script text for Movie Clips, Frames and Buttons, All Frame Labels, All Instance Names, Preview and extract Movie Clips, List of symbols in library and preview most types, Preview of Frames, and Movie information (version, dimensions, etc.). ASV is a viewer, it does not have editing capability.
FreePlateform(s): Linux,Window,FreeBSD,Mac OSX,Sun SolorisUpdate: 11/28/200Vistor Rating: 1Rating: 2
Actionscripted Fader
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   How to fade an mc using Actionscript. This is a useful script that you can use to fade any movieclip in Flash.
freePlateform(s): Linux,Window,FreeBSD,Mac OSX,Sun SolorisUpdate: 11/30/200Vistor Rating: 3Rating: 4
XML Driven Slideshow
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   With a use of a component, you can easily make a slideshow in Flash. This tutorial will show you how.
freePlateform(s): Linux,Window,FreeBSD,Mac OSX,Sun SolorisUpdate: 11/30/200Vistor Rating: 1Rating: 3
A Simple Flash Preloader
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   You will learn how to create a very simple preloader. This article is done in Flash 5 but also applies to Flash 4. The preloader is essential to prevent partial loading of the movie while it plays. A preloader is usually made attractive to the viewer to keep him/her occupied while another movie or some data is loaded in the background.
freePlateform(s): Linux,Window,FreeBSD,Mac OSX,Sun SolorisUpdate: 11/30/200Vistor Rating: 4Rating: 1
Actionscript In Flash
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   Actionscripts.org is an online community for Macromedia Flash developers at all skill levels. We offer resources, tutorials, and a means of contact between developers.
freePlateform(s): Linux,Window,FreeBSD,Mac OSX,Sun SolorisUpdate: 11/30/200Vistor Rating: 4Rating: 1
Creating Custom Cursors in Flash
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   In this Tutorial you'll learn how to create and use Movieclips as custom cursors using simple Actionscript. You’ll learn how to hide the standard cursor (mouse pointer icon) and create custom cursors.
freePlateform(s): Linux,Window,FreeBSD,Mac OSX,Sun SolorisUpdate: 11/30/200Vistor Rating: 2Rating: 1
Creating Scrollbars In Flash
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   This tutorial explains how to create simple and advanced scrollers for textboxes in Flash using Actionscript. When there is only a limited area for text in Flash, it sometimes becomes a necessity to have scrollers. This tutorial includes how to create simple and advanced scrollers for Flash text.
freePlateform(s): Linux,Window,FreeBSD,Mac OSX,Sun SolorisUpdate: 11/30/200Vistor Rating: 1Rating: 2
Displaying HTML Text in Flash
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   This tutorial teaches you how to preserve rich text formatting in a Flash textbox like font, font style, hyperlink, paragraph, and other text parameters, using the appropriate HTML tags.
freePlateform(s): Linux,Window,FreeBSD,Mac OSX,Sun SolorisUpdate: 11/30/200Vistor Rating: 3Rating: 1
Displaying Time In Flash
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   In this tutorial you will learn how to display time in Flash using Actionscript. You will learn about the Date object, how to write functions and call them using time delay in ActionScript.
freePlateform(s): Linux,Window,FreeBSD,Mac OSX,Sun SolorisUpdate: 11/30/200Vistor Rating: 1Rating: 2
Flash Analog Clock
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   This tutorial will teach you how to create an Analog Clock in Flash MX 2004. The download .FLA file is also included with the tutorial.
freePlateform(s): Linux,Window,FreeBSD,Mac OSX,Sun SolorisUpdate: 11/30/200Vistor Rating: 4Rating: 1
Flash Sound On/Off Button
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   In this tutorial you will learn how to create a simple Flash music on and off button using Flash ActionScript. Fla download is also included.
freePlateform(s): Linux,Window,FreeBSD,Mac OSX,Sun SolorisUpdate: 11/30/200Vistor Rating: 1Rating: 1
Loading External Data into Flash
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   This tutorial teaches you how Flash obtains data from external sources. such as text files(*.txt), ASP/PHP files(*.asp, *.php) and XML files(*.xml).
freePlateform(s): Linux,Window,FreeBSD,Mac OSX,Sun SolorisUpdate: 11/30/200Vistor Rating: 1Rating: 2
Reverse Animation Using Button Actions
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   This tutorial deals with reverse animating a flash movieclip. It uses a simple technique with minimal ActionScript. It assumes the reader to know about Buttons and Button actions, Motion Path, Paths to Object.
freePlateform(s): Linux,Window,FreeBSD,Mac OSX,Sun SolorisUpdate: 11/30/200Vistor Rating: 2Rating: 2
Simple Digital Clock
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   This tutorial will explain how to create a digital Clock in Flash MX 2004. The download .fla file is also included at the end of the tutorial.
freePlateform(s): Linux,Window,FreeBSD,Mac OSX,Sun SolorisUpdate: 11/30/200Vistor Rating: 1Rating: 1
Simple Flash Preloader
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   This tutorial will explain how to create a simple Preloader in Flash MX 2004.
freePlateform(s): Linux,Window,FreeBSD,Mac OSX,Sun SolorisUpdate: 11/30/200Vistor Rating: 1Rating: 1
Smartwebby's Flash 'n' Asp Unleashed
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   This tutorial is a comprehensive guide that teaches you all you need to know about integrating Flash with ASP.
freePlateform(s): Linux,Window,FreeBSD,Mac OSX,Sun SolorisUpdate: 11/30/200Vistor Rating: 1Rating: 1
Starting & Stopping Movieclips in Flash
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   In this tutorial you'll learn how to control Movieclips using simple Actionscript code. While working with Movieclips in Flash you will find it necessary to start and stop the animations at runtime. Here you’ll learn how Movieclips can be easily controlled using Actionscript in Flash.
freePlateform(s): Linux,Window,FreeBSD,Mac OSX,Sun SolorisUpdate: 11/30/200Vistor Rating: 2Rating: 2
FLicKeR 2.1.2
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   FLicKeR is one of those useful tools you will find makes your life much easier. Via a very intuitive interface, you simply tell it to read a text file and keep or remove certain lines that contain the text you specify. One of its most useful applications is that it makes the process of evaluating LOG files (such as keyboard recorders and WEB page statistics) much faster and easier. In the case of keyboard recorders, often much of the information is not needed, so removing all the lines with the unneeded information allows one to more easily look at the lines that need to be looked at. In the case of WEB page statistics, keeping only particular lines allows you to compare information in a much more useful way (such as keeping only the lines that have a particular WEB page or type of WEB page in them). FLicKeR will save you countless hours and make evaluating LOG files much faster and considerably easier.
Plateform(s): Linux,Window,FreeBSD,Mac OSX,Sun Soloris,OtherUpdate: 2/2/2007 Vistor Rating: 3Rating: 1
FLASH VIDEO PLAYER 2.1
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   Our Flash Video Player provide a nice and easy way to allow users that visit your Website to view Flash video files.The player has the same look and feel than the popular "Youtube" player. Reliable and user friendly, the FLASH VIDEO PLAYER allow to view Flash Video Files in normal mode or fullscreen mode. Users can as well control the sound volume and even send a link of the video player to their friends and families.This FLash Player has a scrolling menu with Thumbnails of Featured Movies and their title, length and description. There is a full private administration section where the Webmaster can ADD and remove movie links to the scrolling menu and Modify the Menu content easily.The Flash Player works on any WEB servers servers that support PHP scripting language.The FLASH VIDEO PLAYER can be installed in a matter of minutes, without any programing skills.
freePlateform(s): Linux,Window,FreeBSD,Mac OSX,Sun Soloris,Other,n/aUpdate: 2/5/2007 Vistor Rating: 3Rating: 1
Flash Tutorials: RGB Slider
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   Learn how to create RGB slider in flash 8 using the Action Script
FreePlateform(s): WindowUpdate: 2/6/2007 Vistor Rating: 3Rating: 2
Flash Tutorial: Advanced Alpha Effect
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   Learn how to create advanced alpha effect in flash 8 using the Action Script
FreePlateform(s): WindowUpdate: 2/6/2007 Vistor Rating: 1Rating: 2
Mask Flash menu Flash Tutorial
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   Learn how to create advanced mask flash menu in flash 8 using Action Script.
FreewarePlateform(s): n/aUpdate: 2/6/2007 Vistor Rating: 1Rating: 3
Flash Tutorial: Sound Button
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   Learn how you can make a sound button in flash 8 using the Action Script.
FreewarePlateform(s): n/aUpdate: 2/6/2007 Vistor Rating: 3Rating: 3
Simple Preloader Bar
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   This tutorial will explain how to create Timeline Preloader in Flash MX 2004.
FreewarePlateform(s): WindowUpdate: 2/12/2007Vistor Rating: 4Rating: 2
A Simple Flash Preloader
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   A preloader is very essential for large flash movies, without a preloader the flash movie may have lots of breaks in the middle. When a preloader is used, the entire movie is loaded before being played. This tutorial completely explains the process of creating a simple flash preloader.
Plateform(s): WindowUpdate: 2/12/2007Vistor Rating: 4Rating: 3
Percentage Preloaders
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   This tutorial discusses preloaders in Flash 5 and teaches the implementation of a percentage pre loader in a phased manner. A preloader is a buffering mechanism that allows loading of some content before beginning to play the flash file. This ensures smooth streaming and correct timing. A percentage preloader indicates the loaded and remaining bytes and percentages. The code is explained in detail and very little knowledge is assumed in the tutorial.
FreePlateform(s): WindowUpdate: 2/12/2007Vistor Rating: 2Rating: 3
Play Sound using Actionscripts
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   Play Sound using Actionscripts is a tutorial that instructs the users on how to play or stop the flash sound files using actionscripts. This tutorial shows the usage of some controls like Play and Stop for providing an example to the users. This tutorial also provides the code that can be used for operating the controls. This tutorial provides ease of use of flash sound files to nontechnical personnels too.
FreePlateform(s): WindowUpdate: 2/12/2007Vistor Rating: 2Rating: 3
Flash Analog Clock
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   This tutorial will explain how to create an Analog Clock in Flash MX 2004. The download .fla file is also included at the end of the tutorial.
FreePlateform(s): WindowUpdate: 2/12/2007Vistor Rating: 3Rating: 2
Advanced XML Menu
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   Advanced XML Menu teaches the website users about the creation of flash menus using XML code. It provides a readymade set of program coding and the users can follow those instructions and code to create the menus of their own. It teaches the users right from the scratch to create a flash menu using XML.
FreePlateform(s): WindowUpdate: 2/12/2007Vistor Rating: 4Rating: 3
Make clouds run over the sky in Flash
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   In this Macromedia Flash tutorial I will show you how to make clouds then via actionscript make them run over the sky, also create duplications of the sky's so they continue.
Plateform(s): Linux,WindowUpdate: 5/17/2007Vistor Rating: 4Rating: 3
Actionscript MD5
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   An ActionScript implementation of MD5 hash algorithm. This Actionscript is used to process a variable length message into a fixed-length output of 128 bits using the MD5 algorithm.
Plateform(s): n/aUpdate: 5/17/2007Vistor Rating: 1Rating: 3
Making a timer in Flash actionscript
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   In this tutorial I will show you how to make a timer that trickers a speciffic function in Macromedia Flash actionscript.
Plateform(s): WindowUpdate: 5/18/2007Vistor Rating: 3Rating: 3
Drag And Drop Flash Actionscript
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   In this video tutorial you will learn the basics of drag and drop actionscript. You can use this concept for developing games and for creating interactivity on your site. You will learn some simple action script that can turn any graphic or object into a drag and drop item.
8.0Plateform(s): WindowUpdate: 4/1/2009 Vistor Rating: 1Rating: 1
Flash Drop Down Menu
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   n this video tutorial you will learn how to create a simple drop down menu in Flash. The tutorial covers the basics behind developing a simple drop down menu by using transparent buttons to create the rollover effect.
8.0Plateform(s): WindowUpdate: 4/1/2009 Vistor Rating: 1Rating: 1
Countdown Timer in Flash
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   In this video tutorial you will learn how to create a countdown timer in Flash.
8.0Plateform(s): WindowUpdate: 4/1/2009 Vistor Rating: 1Rating: 1
Falling Snowflakes Animation in Flash
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   In this video tutorial you will learn how to create multiple instances of a snowflake movieclip animation to get a snowing effect.
8.0Plateform(s): WindowUpdate: 4/1/2009 Vistor Rating: 3Rating: 1
Animated Bubbles Cursor in Flash
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   In this video tutorial you will learn how to create an animated cursor of bubbles so whenever your mouse moves it will leave a trail of bubbles. This is a very cool effect and is achieved using a movie clip and actionscript.
8.0Plateform(s): WindowUpdate: 4/1/2009 Vistor Rating: 2Rating: 1
Creating A Custom Scroller in Flash
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   In this video tutorial you will learn how to create a custom scrollbar from scratch in Flash that will cause a text field to scroll up and down as you drag the scrollbar around.
8.0Plateform(s): WindowUpdate: 4/1/2009 Vistor Rating: 4Rating: 1
Fly Out Menu in Flash
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   In this video tutorial you will learn how to create a fly out menu animation in Flash.
8.0Plateform(s): WindowUpdate: 4/1/2009 Vistor Rating: 4Rating: 1
Flash Actionscript for Arrow Keys
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   In this video tutorial you will learn how to add actionscript to an object so it can be controlled using the arrow keys found on your keyword.
8.0Plateform(s): WindowUpdate: 4/1/2009 Vistor Rating: 3Rating: 1
Basic Slideshow in Flash
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   In this video tutorial you will learn how to create a very simple slideshow in Flash which will consist of 5 images with next and previous buttons. The tutorial is explained in Flash CS3, however you may use Flash MX or Flash 8 to do this tutorial. It uses actionscript 2.0 as well.
8.0Plateform(s): WindowUpdate: 4/1/2009 Vistor Rating: 3Rating: 1
Introduction to Actionscript 3.0 with Flash CS3
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   When dealing with ActionScript code, it is a good idea to learn how to get around in the Actions panel. In this video, Craig gives you a quick tour of the panel and its features.
8.0Plateform(s): WindowUpdate: 4/1/2009 Vistor Rating: 4Rating: 1
"Hello World!" ActionScript
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   # Launch Flash Designer and choose "Blank document". # Choose "Edit Field" tool and draw a rectangle to create a new edit text object. The Edit field should appear as "Edit1".
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Digital clock
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   # Launch Flash Designer and choose "Blank". # Set frame size to 300 x 100 ("Frame" > "Frame Size") # Create 2 edit fields with the "Edit Field" tool (they should appear as Edit1 and Edit2, if necessary rename edit fields: double click each field and change "variable name") # Change Frame delay to 0.05 seconds ("Frame" > "Frame Delay" and enter "Delay: 0.05 and "Frames": 1)
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Create and validate a form in Flash
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   # Create a new document and set the size to 400 x 300 ("Frame" > "Frame Size") # Set "Frame 1" to "Stop" ("Frame" > "Frame Delay" and check "Stop", click OK) # Draw 2 edit fields with the "Edit field" tool, they will appear as Edit1 and Edit2. Double click each field and make sure HTML is not checked, uncheck if necessary. # Draw a button, double-click it and rename it to "OK". # Draw edit field labels "Phone" and "Email" with the text tool. Double click each field and make sure HTML is not checked, uncheck if necessary. # Draw "ErrorMessage" field with the "Text Paragraph" tool. Choose "Item" > "Text Color" and change it to red. Choose "Item" > "Placement Properties" and rename the field to "ErrorMessage"
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Creating scroll text
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   The following tutorial illustrates how to create scrollable text object and use ActionScript to scroll the text up or down.
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Create flying hearts effect
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   Create a heart 1. Go to "Frame 1" 2. Choose "Insert" > "Shape or Line" and select "Heart" 3. Fill it with radial gradient (center color orange, outer color red), resize it to 52x37 pixels 4. Convert it to sprite ("Edit" > "Convert to Sprite") 5. Rename it to "heart" and check "ActionScript Target" under "Item" > "Placement Properties" 6. Move the sprite outside visible area
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Create snowfall effect
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   Create a snowflake 1. Go to "Frame 1" 2. Draw ellipse about 16x16 pixels, set line width to none 3. Fill it with radial gradient (center color white, outer color "No Color") 4. Convert it to sprite ("Edit" > "Convert to Sprite") 5. Rename it to "Snowflake" and check "ActionScript Target" under "Item" > "Placement Properties" 6. Move the snowflake sprite outside visible area
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Send a form from Flash
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   Create the form: 1. Create a new document and set the size to 400 x 300 ("Frame" > "Frame Size") or other 2. Set "Frame 1" to "Stop" ("Frame" > "Frame Delay" and check "Stop", click OK) 3. Create edit fields and labels
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Insert dynamic Video or Flash movie
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   Display external Flash file inside Flash Designer movie. You have to convert Video files (mpeg or avi) to SWF format before you can import them. Minimum Flash Designer version 5.0.22.5. Verify your version under Help > About. Create main movie: 1. Create a new document and set the size to 300 x 300 ("Frame" > "Frame Size") 2. Set "Frame 1" to "Stop" ("Frame" > "Frame Delay" and check "Stop", click OK) 3. Choose "Insert" > "External SWF File" 4. Type the file path, for example "submovie.swf" (without quotes) or browse for the file and click OK
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Stop and Play buttons for external movies
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   1. Launch Flash Designer and set frame size at 300 x 300 (Frame > Frame Size) 2. Change frame to stop (Frame > Frame Delay and check Stop) 3. Choose "Insert" > "External SWF file" 4. Type the path to your video file or use the test file "http://www.flashdesignerzone.com/testvideo.swf" 5. Choose Item > Placement Properties, change Item Name to "mymovie" and check ActionScript Target, click OK 6. Choose Insert > Navigation and choose Play, repeat the same and insert Stop button. 7. Select Play button and choose Item > Actions > OnClick 8. Check ActionScript and type the code: mymovie.play(); 9. Select Stop button and choose Item > Actions > OnClick 10. Check ActionScript and type the code: mymovie.stop(); 11. Hit F9 for preview
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Calling frames in dynamic movie
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   Create main movie: 1. Create a new document and set the size to 500 x 400 ("Frame" > "Frame Size") 2. Set "Frame 1" to "Stop" ("Frame" > "Frame Delay" and check "Stop", click OK) 3. Draw a button and name it "Frame 1" (double-click the button to rename it) 4. Choose "Item" > "Actions" > "OnClick", check "ActionScript" and type: submovie.gotoAndStop("Frame 1"); 5. Copy the button 2 times and rename the copies to "Frame 2" and "Frame 3" 6. Modify the actionscript for each button to submovie.gotoAndStop("Frame 2"); and submovie.gotoAndStop("Frame 3"); respectively 7. Save the file for later as "mainmovie"
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Create automatic scroller
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   Follow the steps below: 1. Launch Flash Designer and create a blank document. 2. Set the frame delay to "Stop" ("Frame" > "Frame Delay"). 3. Size the frame at about 300x200 ("Frame" > "Frame Size"). 4. Create a new dynamic text paragraph and enter a very long text with many line breaks.
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Pass arguments to Flash movie
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   To use a parameter in Flash movie follow the steps below: 1. Launch Flash Designer and create a blank document. 2. Set the frame delay to "Stop" ("Frame" > "Frame Delay"). 3. Draw a dynamic text box (with the edit field tool), the box should appear as "Edit1" 4. Choose "Frame" > "ActionScript" and enter the code to initialize the box Edit1 = parameter1; 5. Enter parameters under "Movie" > "Export Options"
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Modify shape color with ActionScript
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   Follow the steps below: 1. Launch Flash Designer and create a blank document. 2. Set the frame delay to "Stop" ("Frame" > "Frame Delay"). 3. Size the frame at about 300x300 ("Frame" > "Frame Size"). 4. Draw 2 circles with the "Ellipse Tool". 5. Select both shapes (Ctrl+A). Choose "Item" > "Line and Fill" > "Line Width" > "None". 6. choose "Edit" > "Convert to Sprite". The object should appear as "Sprite3" 7. Right-click it and click "Placement Properties". 8. Check the "Action-Script Target" checkbox and click OK.
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onMouseMove, onMouseDown, onMouseUp in ActionScript
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   # Launch Flash Designer and choose "Blank document" from the startup screen. # Choose "Edit Field tool" and draw a rectangle to create edit text object. Edit field should appear as "Edit1". # Choose "Text Tool", click on the frame, type the text "CLICK!" and click OK to create text object. Choose "Edit" > "Convert to Sprite", the text should appear as "Sprite3". # Choose "Item" > "Placement Properties" and check "ActionScript Target" (for Sprite3 object), click OK. (This step is necessary to access Sprite3 in ActionScript code, for example Sprite3._visible = false) # Choose "Frame" > "Frame Delay", check "Stop" and click OK.
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startDrag and stopDrag in ActionScript
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   Follow the steps below: 1. Create a new .sfd file. 2. Set the frame delay to "Stop". 3. Size the frame at about 300x250. 4. Create 2 small shapes (about 80x80) and give them different fill colors. 5. Select one of the shapes and click Edit > Convert to Sprite. 6. Right-click it and click "Placement Properties". 7. Check the "Action-Script Target" checkbox and click OK (This is important! Nothing works without it.) 8. Click the other shape and repeat the process.
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Read _droptarget property in ActionScript
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   Follow the steps below: 1. Launch Flash Designer and choose "blank". 2. Set the frame delay to "Stop" ("Frame" > "Frame Delay"). 3. Size the frame at about 300x300. ("Frame" > "Frame Size") 4. Create 1 small and 1 larger shapes with the rectangle tool and give them different fill colors. 5. Select smaller shape and click Edit > Convert to Sprite. 6. Right-click it and click "Placement Properties". 7. Check the "Action-Script Target" checkbox and click OK. 8. Click the other shape and repeat the process.
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MouseOver in ActionScript
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   1. Launch Flash Designer and choose "Blank Animation". Choose "Frame" > "Frame Size" to set movie dimensions. Enter 300 x 300 and click OK. 2. Choose "Rectangle" tool and draw 2 rectangles inside the frame. First rectangle will become active area, second rectangle will be hidden and appear on mouseover. 3. Make sure the second rectangle remains selected. Choose "Item" > "Line and Fill" > "Fill Color" and change the color to R:255 G:255 B:192, opacity to 80%. Click OK. 4. Choose "Edit" > "Convert to Sprite". You should see "Sprite3" as the name of the rectangle. 5. Choose "Item" > "Placement properties" and check "ActionScript" target. If necessary rename the sprite to Sprite3. Click OK. 6. Choose "Select" tool and select the first rectangle. 7. Choose "Item" > "Actions" > "OnOver", select "ActionScript" and enter the code: Sprite3._visible = 1; 8. Choose "Item" > "Actions" > "OnOut", select "ActionScript" and enter the code: Sprite3._visible = 0; 9. Sprite3 must be initially invisible. To hide it choose "Frame" > "ActionScript" and enter the code to execute on frame entry: Sprite3._visible = 0; 10. Choose "Frame" > "Frame Delay" and check "Stop" options to create static frame. Click OK. 11. Press F9 to play the file. Hit "Alt+F4" to close preview. Double click "Sprite3" object and add text to the sprite with the text tool. To quit the sprite choose "Movie" > "Go to Main Thread"
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Create 3D motion
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   # Launch Flash Designer and choose "Blank document" # Set frame size to 300 x 300 # Set frame delay to 0.05 sec # Choose "Ellipse" tool and draw the ball, hold CTRL to draw a circle # Choose "Item" > "Line and Fill" > "Gradient Fill" # Click "Center Color" and change it to your favourite color (this is the light color) # Click "Outer Color" and change it to a color darker than center color (this is the shadow color)
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Do-It-Yourself Scrollbar
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   This is a pretty good scrollbar for scrolling text or other objects within your Flash movie. It doesn't require too much coding and it uses simple ActionScript commands that most people learn soon after getting Flash Designer. It resizes itself automatically for the number of lines in your HTML text field. Once it's complete, you can insert it into any SWF with an HTML text field or edit field, add two lines of code to your project, and have a working scrollbar. You can click an arrow to move the text up or down one line, click and drag the bar, or click in the track to make the text "jump" several lines.
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Do-It-Yourself Slider
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   Should you need the ability to dynamically adjust the properties of flash content a slider is often a good way to do it. This slider allows you to make simple changes to its ActionScript to accomplish a variety of tasks, and it has the advantage of a fairly small file size. In this tutorial we'll use it to adjust the width and height of a rectangle. Drag the blue dot back and forth to try it out. In this case, the "range" of the slider is 5 to 150. This is accomplished by constraining the blue dot's "drag area" to 5 (left) and 150 (right). It's vertical drag limit is a constant 186, making it stay in a straight line. More on that shortly. The value returned by the slider (the x coordinate of the blue dot) is used as the width and height of the green rectangle. The range and increments of the slider can be easily changed to fit your needs.
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Load JPEG or SWF file with loadMovie
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   1. Launch Flash Designer and choose "Blank Animation". Choose "Frame" > "Frame Size" to set movie dimensions. Enter 300 x 300 and click OK. 2. Choose "Sprite" tool and draw a rectangle on the frame. Flash Designer will create new sprite and display blank "chessboard" frame. 3. Choose "Movie" > "Go to Main Movie" to quit sprite thread. You should see "Sprite1" as the name of the empty sprite. 4. Choose "Item" > "Placement properties" and check "ActionScript" target. Click OK. 5. Choose "Item" > "Resize", uncheck "Keep proportions" and enter width and height that will match your jpeg image size. Click OK. 6. Choose "Button" tool and draw a button below the sprite. 7. Choose "Item" > "Edit Properties". Rename button to "Load Movie". Click OK. 8. Choose "Item" > "Actions" > "OnClick", select "ActionScript" and enter the code: Sprite1.loadMovie("t1023.jpg"); Sprite1.play(); The name must match your jpeg file name. Click OK. 9. Choose "Frame" > "Frame Delay" and check "Stop" options to create static frame. Click OK. 10. Choose "File" > "Export SWF file" and export flash movie to the same folder where your jpeg image is. 11. Choose "File" > "Export HTML Page". The page will popup in a new browser window. 12. Click "Load Movie" in your Flash file to load jpeg image
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Create password field and protect part of the Flash file
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   Create edit text field with "password" attribute. Add "OK" button and define button's "OnClick" event. Minimum Flash Designer version: 5.0.22 1. Launch Flash Designer and create blank animation. Set frame size ("Frame" > "Frame Size") to 300 x 200. 2. Make the first frame static, choose "Frame" > "Frame Delay", check "Stop" and click OK. 3. Choose "Edit Field" tool and draw the edit field. Choose "Item" > "Edit Properties". Check "password" option and uncheck "HTML" then click OK. 4. Choose "Button" tool and draw a button. Choose "Item" > "Edit Properties". Change button text to "OK", click OK to confirm. 5. Make sure the button is selected and choose "Item" > "Actions" > "OnClick". Put the following code, select enter key as the "Shortcut" and click OK: if(Edit1=="password") gotoAndPlay("Frame 3"); // password OK else gotoAndPlay("Frame 2"); // wrong password 6. Choose "Frame" > "New" to add "Frame 2" and "Frame 3". 7. Go to Frame 2 and add "Wrong Password" text with the "Text" tool. Choose "Frame" > "Frame Delay". Uncheck "Stop" and put 1 second. Click OK. Choose "Frame" > "Loop" and choose "Frame 1", click OK. 8. Go to Frame 3 and add "Password OK" text with the "Text" tool. 9. Press F9 to preview the animation.
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Launching email from Flash animation
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   1. Launch Flash Designer. Choose "Frame" > "Frame Size" to set movie size (200 x 200). 2. Choose "Edit Field" tool and draw 2 edit fields. 3. Choose "Select" tool. Double click each edit field and change "Variable name" to "Address" and "Subject". Make sure HTML is not checked. 4. Choose "Button" tool and draw a button below edit fields. 5. Choose "Select" tool. Choose "Item" > "Actions" > "OnClick". Select "Action Script" and enter the code. Click OK. mailto = "mailto:" + Address + "?subject=" + Subject; getURL(mailto,"_self"); 6. Change frame duration to "stop" (choose "Frame" > "Frame Delay" and check "Stop", click OK) 7. Press F9 to preview the animation.
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Load parameters from a text file to Flash animation using loadVariables() function
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   1. Create a folder and download t1012.txt file to the folder (right click on the link and choose Save Target As) 2. Launch Alligator Flash Designer and choose "Blank document". 3. Choose "Frame" > "Frame Size" to set movie size to 300 x 200. 4. Choose "Frame" > "ActionScript" and paste the following code: loadVariables("t1012.txt"); 5. Choose "Edit Field" tool and draw 2 edit fields. 6. Choose "Select" tool. Double click each edit field and change "Variable name" to "Edit1" and to "Edit2" respectively. 7. Choose "Button" tool and draw a button below edit fields. 8. Choose "Select" tool. Select the button. Choose Item > Actions > OnUp. Select "actionscript" and enter the code: Edit1 = param1; Edit2 = param2; Click OK. 9. Choose Frame > Frame Delay and check Stop at this frame, click OK 10. Choose "File" > "Export SWF file" and export the file to the same folder where t1012.txt file is located. 11. Choose "File" > "Export Web Page" and click OK for default options, a page with Flash animation should pop up in a new browser window. Click the button to load variables into edit fields.
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Creating and Sending INPUT fields
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   This tutorial demonstrates how to create an edit field and post it to an URL using query string. We will invoke Google search from our Flash document.
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Create a timer with setInterval and clearInterval
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   setInterval(function,timeout); Calls function every timeout (in miliseconds). Returns intervalId. clearInterval(intervalID); Cancels an interval created by a call to setInterval().
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Display frames in random order
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   # Launch Flash Designer and choose Blank # Set movie dimensions 230 x 100 (or any desired) with Frame > Frame Size # Change frame delay to "0.05". # Choose "Frame" > "ActionScript" and paste the code
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Key Events
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   # Launch Alligator Flash Designer and choose Blank # Set movie dimensions to 500 x 200 (or any desired) with Frame > Frame Size # Change frame delay to "Stop". # Choose Sprite tool and draw a sprite, inside the sprite draw an ellipse, hold Ctrl to draw a cricle # Hit Esc to quit the sprite # Choose Frame > ActionScript and paste the script
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How to create context menu for an item in Flash
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   # Launch Alligator Flash Designer and choose Blank # Set movie dimensions to 460 x 180 (or any desired) with Frame > Frame Size # Choose "Movie" > "Frame Rate" and set target player version: Flash Player 8
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