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Author: Bryan Killinger

8-Now create a key frame in the 22nd place.

9-Create a button IN FRAME 21 that says "Replay" or something like that and put this code into it:

on (release) {

10-Now add these actions to frame 22:

_root.score = _root.score-_root.score
_root.tellscore = _root.tellscore-_root.tellscore

Your finished!
Now it should display the number of times you have rolled over the object, and after a certain time displayed the total. When you hit the Replay button, it should restart at 0. If you want it to keep going from the score you got last, just don't put frame 22 there and put:

on (release) {
...on the 21st frame.

» Level Basic

Added: 2004-05-24
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I'm intermediate with Flash MX and know some actionscript.I made this all by myself
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