Flash Action script Tutorial

  • sarvel
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Dear friends

I want to learn flash action script from beginning? please tell me which site is good for beginners. I want to know except actionscript.org and flashkit.
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http://www.kirupa.com
http://www.moock.org
http://www.tutorialoutpost.com/flash-actionscript
http://www.actionscript-toolbox.com
http://www.freeprogrammingresources.com ... cript.html

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  • lostinbeta
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Note: Flash has a good set of built in beginners tutorials in the help section too.
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thanks, but i hope you have a site that can teach about linking from scene to scene using buttons!

i have try on a new file, it works!

but when i work on my school project using the same codings, it shows error!
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anyway thank you, I find that the third one is more useful !
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Try and stay away from scenes unless it's neccessary. If you can get away with loading in external .swf files using loadMovie() when you need it you will have much more efficient load times by not requiring the viewer to load information they are never going to see.

But as for linking to scenes, you don't need a tutorial for that, it's just gotoAndPlay("Scene Name", frameNumber) (gotoAndPlay() can be replaced with gotoAndStop() as well)

BUT, Flash is buggy when using a gotoANdPlay on a button within a movieclip symbol. In that instance you need to give the first frame in your scene a frame label (can do this in the properties panel for the frame) and then link to the frame using _root.gotoAndPlay("frameLabelYouGave");
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alright I got it!

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