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Flash Tutorials — Actionscript

Flash » Actionscript — over 10 years ago
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In this part,You will see how to create site navigation using the action script code and Frame Label
Flash » Actionscript — over 10 years ago
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In this part, You will see how to load flash site after preloader animation.
Flash » Actionscript — over 10 years ago
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See how to create advanced full flash site. This is part 1.
Flash » Actionscript — over 10 years ago
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This tutorial teaches you how to use the Tween class in Flash to create and manipulate tweens using purely Actionscript.
Flash » Actionscript — over 10 years ago
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A simple way to add a little protection to your site and projects using ActionScript.
Flash » Actionscript — over 10 years ago
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Learn to reference any object (movie clip, variable, function, property) dynamically through Actionscript.
Flash » Actionscript — over 10 years ago
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Reading this tutorial you’ll see how to apply action script code that will be hide your right click menu.
Flash » Actionscript — over 10 years ago
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This tutorial will show you how to draw and animate mouse cursor, using the Action Script.
Flash » Actionscript — over 10 years ago
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Using a nice loader can help keep guests entertained during the times when they will have to wait while your work is loading. Some good uses for the movieClipLoader class, or mcl, include loading thumbnails or images in a photo gallery or portfolio, or loading swfs that are used as new pages or content areas of your website.
Flash » Actionscript — over 10 years ago
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Sometimes, it is just easier to tween with code. Sometimes there is no option. Tweening with the tween class is most effective for repetitive animations, and animations of movieclips created or attached with code.
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