Sothink SWF Easy - ActionScript
ActionScript allows you to create a movie that behaves exactly as you want. Like other scripting languages, ActionScript follows its own rules of syntax, reserves keywords, provides operators, and allows you to use variables to store and retrieve information. ActionScript includes built-in objects and functions.
Sothink SWF Easy can support ActionScript written in version 1.0 and 2.0. You should set the SWF version to Flash Player 7 in the Publish Settings dialog if you want to use ActionScript in the movie. The letter case is NOT sensitive in SWF Easy.
The "ActionScript Reference" of this help is to introduce the ActionScript as an object-oriented scripting language and provides an overview of ActionScript terms and basic programming concepts such as functions, variables and classes. It also deconstructs a sample script so that you can begin to understand ActionScript syntax.
- How can I select the elements, which are covered by others?
- How to edit a shape?
- How to edit a button?
- How to set an element as background?
- How to add links to elements?
- How to add links to scenes?
- How to add a preloader to my animation?
- How to add image to my artwork?
- Can I edit image in my artwork and how?
- How to find more resources (Shape, Button, Image, Sound, and etc.)?
- How to publish my animation?