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Chapter 16. Adding Behaviors

Chapter 16. Adding Behaviors

You can add interactive features to movies without having to write or understand Lingo, Director's scripting language. You simply drag a behavior (a prefabricated Lingo script) onto a sprite or frame to make it perform certain actions automatically or in response to specific events during your movie. Typical events include a click of a sprite or the entry of the playback head into a specific frame.

Director provides a Library Palette of ready-to-use behaviors grouped by categories, including Animation, Internet, and Navigation (Figure 16.1).


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