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Lesson 24. Using Lists and Multiple Casts

Lesson 24. Using Lists and Multiple Casts

In the movies you have created so far, you have stored the project assets (text, graphics, sounds, and other elements) in a single cast. A movie's assets can be stored in any number of casts, however. In this lesson, you will build an electronic catalog that demonstrates an especially effective use of multiple casts. Using a movie that contains only a few frames in its score, you will write Lingo scripts to dynamically change casts as users browse from one page to another in the catalog. You will set up the navigation using lists, which are one of Lingo's most powerful tools for managing information.

Figure . Using Lingo, you can create and electronic catalog that dynamically changes casts as users browse from one page to another. By using multiple casts, you can create movies that you can easily update and expand just by changing the casts.


If you would like to review the final results of this lesson, open the Complete folder in the Lesson24 folder and play Catalog.dir.


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