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Lesson 8. Using Conditional Logic > Reacting to User Interaction

Reacting to User Interaction

Users interact with a movie via the mouse or the keyboard, either of which can be used in a number of ways—moving the mouse pointer around the screen, clicking and releasing buttons or keys, and so forth. Using conditional logic, you can script a movie to react in various ways based on the user's interaction with the movie.

In the following exercise, you'll add functionality that allows the user to press the Spacebar on the keyboard to apply “thrusters” that move the rocket upward at a quicker-than-usual pace.


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