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Author: EmperorGR
¡ö In Frame 3, type or paste in the following ActionScript.
¡ö Add a frame (F5) in Frame 3 of Layer 1.

¡ö Click Scene 1 to return to the main Timeline.

Last Step

¡ö Insert a new layer and call it actions. Rename Layer 1 to fireworks.

¡ö On the fireworks layer, click Frame 1. Drag in an instance of firework.

¡ö Insert keyframes in Frames 8, 14, 24, and 36 (the exact frame numbers are not important). Click each keyframe and drag in an instance of firework to a different location on the Stage.

¡ö Insert a frame two frames after the last keyframe (which would be Frame 38 in our example).

¡ö On the actions layer, insert a keyframe in Frame 38 (the same last frame number of the fireworks layer). Type or paste in the following ActionScript:

¡ö Choose Edit Document. Change the background to black and change the frame rate to 24 frames per second.

If u failed dont give up just try again ;) For any troubles email me at : emperorgc@mailbox.gr
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Added: 2003-12-26
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