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Author: Kelly Mahan | Website: http://

Adding the Code

This is a fairly easy tutorial that can be done in just a few minutes.

The first thing that needs to be done is to create a new symbol. For my tutorial I called it "Number". Now edit "Number" and put a 0 in the center with a light grey color. Create a new keyframe on the second frame, then make the 0 a slightly darker color.

Now create one more key frame at frame 5.

Go back to the first frame and create an action with these properties:

Set Variable: "index" = 0
Set Variable: "loop" = Int (Random (10))

Now go to the fifth frame and create an action with these properties:

If (index<=loop)
    Set Variable: "index" = index+1
    Go to and Play (2)
End If 
» Level Intermediate

Added: 2000-12-15
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