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Chapter 14. Creating Interaction with ActionScript

Chapter 14. Creating Interaction with ActionScript

In simple animations, Macromedia Flash Player plays the scenes and frames of a SWF file sequentially. In an interactive SWF file, your audience uses the keyboard and mouse to jump to different parts of a SWF file, move objects, enter information in forms, and perform many other interactive operations.

You use ActionScript to create scripts that tell Flash Player what action to perform when an event occurs. Some events that can trigger a script occur when the playhead reaches a frame, when a movie clip loads or unloads, or when the user clicks a button or presses a key.


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