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Author: Jesse McCloskey | Website: http://Gprime.net

You now have added actionscript to both the button and the frame in which it is housed. You are finished! To test if it worked, right click on frame 2 of your movie and select Insert blank keyframe. Draw something in this frame like a picture of a face or a car. Now right click on frame twenty and select Insert frame. This will make your timeline end up looking like this. Image Hosted by ImageShack.us The movie now has twenty frames it will play at 12 Frames per second. (When we modified the dimensions we made the framerate 12 FPS) Now go to Control>Test Movie. If you can click your button and it plays the image that you drew, then you've successfully learned how to construct a button, actionscript it, and apply it to a flash movie. If it does not work, then you need to go back through this tutorial and check what you did wrong. On the next page I will explain the actionscript we used.

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Added: 2005-12-21
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