Several Flash Questions.

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How do you detect the Flash player version?
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How do you make an object dragable?
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How do you test the accessibility features of a user’s Flash Player so customized contents may be displayed?
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What's the best way to learn Action Script for Flash CS4 (IE action script 3)?
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Is there any good websites/videos that could be linked to me that show tutorials on becoming good at using Flash CS3? I really want to improve on animations/backgrounds and how to become more detailed with my flash movies. Easy to understand, too.
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How do you set Dates in a Flash MX Document?
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More homework? I really don't understand your over night (at least my time) rashes of 5-7 questions at once that you usually don't come back to...
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This is called "drag and drop" and it's mostly done with Javascript.
Just Google for "javascript drag and drop tutorial" and you'll learn everything about it.

The first result I got on Google:
http://www.walterzorn.com/dragdrop/dragdrop_e.htm

Good luck ;)
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http://www.gotoandlearn.com/ has a lot of video tutorials on Flash ;)
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this is called "Hit and Run", and it's mostly done with the mouse. :D

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