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Using the Movie Explorer

In order to get a bird's-eye view of your whole Flash movie, you can use the Movie Explorer panel (Option-Command-M for Mac, Control-Alt-M for Windows). The Movie Explorer is a powerful tool for tracking all the elements of your movie, and it will take you directly to a particular ActionScript, graphic, or frame you want to modify. The Movie Explorer panel can selectively represent the graphical components of a movie and provide information about frames and layers, as well as show ActionScripts assigned to buttons, movie clips, and keyframes. The display list is organized hierarchically, letting you see the relationships between various elements (Figure 12.23).

Figure 12.23. A typical display in the Movie Explorer shows various elements of the movie in an expandable hierarchy.



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