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Flash Tutorials — Navigation

Flash » Navigation — over 8 years ago
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See how to build a sliding content with actionscript that uses the Tweener engine.
Flash » Navigation — over 8 years ago
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in this tutorial we will learn how to create a scrolling dynamic text bar.
Flash » Navigation — over 8 years ago
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In this thoroughly explained, detailed lesson, I will show you how to create full flash menu with sound and url.
Flash » Navigation — almost 9 years ago
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In this Flash 8 lesson explained in extreme detail, I will teach you how to make a powerful flash menu with sound.
Flash » Navigation — about 9 years ago
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How to create a retro microsite that uses key based commands to navigate
Flash » Navigation — about 9 years ago
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For those of you who have completed the basic buttons tutorial, this will show you a few neat tricks to making you buttons look much more interesting, and you’ll want to play with them for hours! (Depending wether you have a girlfriend or not…) Anyway, here’s what you’ll end up with:
Flash » Navigation — about 9 years ago
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This is going to be a smaller tutorial about how to paginate objects in ActionScript 3.0. By paginate, I mean taking a large group of objects, and making it so the user can navigate through them by page. For example, in our previous tutorial, Make a Rhythm Game in AS2, we made a list of levels that the user could play. However, this list was only limited to 5 levels, and we didn’t paginate them. We’re going to do something like this today.
Flash » Navigation — about 9 years ago
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This is going to be a smaller tutorial about how to paginate objects in ActionScript 2.0. By paginate, I mean taking a large group of objects, and making it so the user can navigate through them by page. For example, in our previous tutorial, Make a Rhythm Game in AS2, we made a list of levels that the user could play. However, this list was only limited to 5 levels, and we didn’t paginate them. We’re going to do something like this today.
Flash » Navigation — over 9 years ago
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This article will be providing you with detailed specifications of how to build what is commonly referred to as an Adaptive Navigation Menu using Adobe Flash CS3 and ActionScript 3.0. The concept of an Adaptive Navigation Menu is that the code of the presentation is designed to anticipate that there are an unknown number of menu items within the navigation menu.
Flash » Navigation — over 9 years ago
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This tutorial will show you how to create an advanced drop down menu, using actionscript
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