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Chapter 8. Welcome to ActionScript 2.0 > Introduction to ActionScript 2.0

Introduction to ActionScript 2.0

Those of you who have been coding with earlier versions of Flash such as Flash MX or before will find this section very useful; it covers some of the differences and advantages in ActionScript 2.0.

But not to worry—those of you still wanting to code in ActionScript 1.0 (Flash MX style coding) still have this option as you can see in Figure 8.2. Go to the publish settings; choose File>Publish Settings (Ctrl+Shift+F12), choose the Flash tab, and choose ActionScript 1.0. Be warned, it's not only possible, but likely that you will run into conflicts using ActionScript 1.0 with ActionScript 2.0 anywhere in the file. You can also see which version of ActionScript you are running in your file by selecting the stage and viewing the Properties Inspector as in Figure 8.3.


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