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Add a Tooltip to a Button in Flash CS3 Professional
In this tutorial, we will add a tooltip to an invisible button. Tooltips tell your site visitors the purpose of a button. Your button does not need to be an invisible button for you to add a tooltip.
Add a Sound to a Button in Flash
We will add a sound effect when the user clicks on an ornament in our Flash project.
Add a Hyperlink to a Button in Adobe Flash CS3 Professional
Many readers have asked how to create links in Flash movies that will take your visitor to another website such as your eBay store. In most cases, this link will either be a button or a text link. In this tutorial, we will take a look at how to create a button link in your Flash movie.
Add A Drop Shadow To Your Flash Website
Add a drop shadow along the exterior edge of your Flash(R) website. An easy way to add a drop shadow to the Flash document is to use a background image that has a pseudo drop shadow.
ActionScript, Document Class and Flash Movie
In an effort to move closer toward the OOP programming convention of modular code in an external file, we will now take a look at a way to include ActionScript into your Flash movie using the Document class.
ActionScript Visible Property to Toggle Menu
We will learn how to use the visible property to display or remove our menu overlay for the Flash storybook app.
ActionScript Toggle Button Explained
It can be confusing when coding a toggle button for the first time. Let's walk it through.
ActionScript to Load External SWF
Let's add the ActionScript that will load the external ecard swf into our Flash intro swf.
ActionScript For Loop Code and Multiple Instances of Movie Clips - The Code
In our first Flash snow scene tutorial, we learned how to use a modular function and ActionScript to animate more than one instance of the same movie clip. In this second tutorial, we will take a look at code loops for our particle system.
ActionScript For Loop Code and Multiple Instances of Movie Clips
When you want your code to repeat the same task many times, you can use a code loop in ActionScript. Basically, this is code that uses an incremental counter to count the number of times the loop is performed. We then tell Flash to repeat the loop until a certain number is reached.
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