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Chapter 9. Working on the Stage

Chapter 9. Working on the Stage

The Stage is by far the simplest part of Director’s interface: It’s just a plain white rectangle in a frame (Figure 9.1). But there’s more to the Stage than meets the eye. By means of a number of controls scattered throughout Director—in menus, in the Property Inspector, and on the Tool palette—the Stage can be resized, repositioned, zoomed, scrolled, and gridded. Not only is the Stage the place where your movie plays; it’s also a place where you can create cast members such as buttons, text fields, and shapes.

Figure 9.1. The Stage’s default appearance.



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