|»Author||jsensei | Search by jsensei|
|»Description||This is an example of a time-based text scroller. The actions on both the up and down buttons are time-based rather than frame-based. A variable controls the number of lines that are scrolled per second, meaning that the scroll speed is completely independent from the rate of frames per second. The same concept may be easily applied to objects other than textboxes.|
The flash's horizontal road drive was done in CS4 and was upgraded to CS6. The car responds to right/ left key and flash will auto-generate the movement of roads from left-right or right-left based on random number. Have fun driving in this virtual environment and avoid other cars... :) If you are creative, a road driving game can be created from it.