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To ristrict movieclip on x and y direction using cs3

I want to restrict movieClip in cs3 mc is not properly restrict please give me the solution about that

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Re: to ristrict movieclip on x and y direction using cs3

Syntex [movieclipname.enabled = false;]

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CS3 Action Scripting - How do i get buttons to link to scenes?

it looks crazy but AS 3.0 is too easy and takes half of the time what you took to learn flash AS 2.0 . Button Script in AS 2.0 is like below and you were able to put the script in buttons/movieClip
but in as3.0 only you can use frames to add script and must use listeners for buttons. like
function dothis(evt:Event){
evt:Event is must. it is passing the event object when u click on button.

Nov 19, 2008 | Macromedia Flash MX

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Button into MC

Step:1 - Make MovieClip at first keyframe in Scene of Flash
Step:2 - Extend timeline of Scene upto hundered frames
Step:3 - Insert Another Layer at main timeline of scene.
Step:4 - Write [First frame] on textbox at First keyframe of second layer.
Step:5 - Write [100th frame] on textbox at Hunderedth frame of second layer
Step:6 - Insert third layer and write [label:-"a"] at hundredth keyframe on timeline.
Step:7 - Make a button inside MovieClip then write the Code on button writen below

Step:8 - Look the change in screen.

Note:- The above code is valid for flash versions upto Flash player version Eight.

Sep 24, 2008 | Macromedia Flash MX

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Loading movie

var loadListener:Object = new Object();
loadListener.onLoadInit = function(target_mc:MovieClip):Void {;
var mcLoader:MovieClipLoader = new MovieClipLoader();
var mc:MovieClip = this.createEmptyMovieClip("mc", this.getNextHighestDepth());
mcLoader.loadClip("ani.swf", mc);

Sep 18, 2008 | Macromedia Flash MX

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Create the buttion in scene convent

create a MC and name it e.g. my_mc
my_mc.onRelease = function(){

Sep 18, 2008 | Macromedia Flash MX

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Uploading of a swf file into another swf file in a specific locoation

step-1: take rectangle shape
step-2: convert it to movieclip by pressing right mouse button the choose convert to symbol.
step-3: during convert choose the [Registration] as left corner.
step-4: place the movieclip where u need to place in scene and resize it as your requirement.
step-5: this open the movieclip.
step-6: Add new layer in timeline.
step-7: write this code.
this.loadMovie("file_name.swf", get);
step-8: Then test (Run) your movie.

Feb 13, 2008 | Macromedia Flash MX

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Hotw to create...

1.  Convert all of your small pics into movie clips and name them as scroll1_mc, scroll2_mc, etc.
2.  Select all the movie clips and convert them to a single movie clip and call it as scrollGroup_mc.
3. Again convert the scrollGroup_mc to a movieclip and call it as scroll_mc.
3.  Now, double click the scroll_mc, and create your tween (in your favorite direction) using scrollGroup_mc.
4. Now, attach the following code in the root's timeline. (Make sure that you should not inside of any movieclip)



Likewise, you can add this code to scroll2_mc, scroll3_mc etc.

My best advice for these things is instead of repeating the code for all movie clips, you can use OOPS concepts to extend the movie clip class.

Oct 11, 2007 | Macromedia Flash MX

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To Resize the shape drawn on Movie Clip..

You can press ctrl+alt+s keys, and in the dialog box that appears give values greater than 100 to expand the shape or give values to contract the shape.

Sep 20, 2007 | Macromedia Flash MX

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Action script

first u create a movieclip then rightclick then "edit in place".then u select that object then convert it to button it is very easy one try it

Sep 03, 2007 | Macromedia Flash MX

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Action script

I tried your script and it all checked out fine when I ran it. Make sure you click on the first frame of layer action and open the Action Script Panel (F9). Once this is accomplished. Click on the second frame of layer action and press F6 key. Like I said everything worked out when I tried using the script you posted so, if anything I would suggest starting from scratch.

Aug 24, 2007 | Macromedia Flash MX

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