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Part VII: Using Advanced Lingo > CONTROLLING THE DIRECTOR ENVIRONMENT

Chapter 21. CONTROLLING THE DIRECTOR ENVIRONMENT

IN THIS CHAPTER

Using Menus

Using Cursors

Using Timeouts

Learning About the Computer

Telling Time

Memory Management

Launching Other Applications

Quitting and Shutting Down

Source movies for this chapter can be found on the CD-ROM in the “Book Movies” folder under folder 21.

Lingo provides many ways to control and react to the playback environment. You can create your own menus and change the cursor. You can detect when the computer has been left alone for a period of time and do something when that happens. You can even determine what type of computers users have or what time it is, and have the movie react accordingly.


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