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In ActionScript 3.0 in Flash Professional CS5 Essential Training, Todd Perkins shows Flash designers how to incorporate ActionScript code into their projects and create interactive presentations and applications. The course includes a review of ActionScript language basics and the object-oriented programming (OOP) methodology, a tour of those Flash Professional CS5 features designed for developers, such as code hinting and the Code Snippets panel, and instructions on interacting with objects in the Library and placing code on the Timeline. Exercise files are included with the course.
Throughout this course, we're going to be using a lot of keyboard shortcuts, particularly with the function keys. If you're working on the Mac, your computer may be programmed to have those keys perform other functions. To make the F1 and other function keys function as regular keys, go to Apple > System Preferences, and in System Preferences, click Keyboard. Under Keyboard, make sure the box that says, Use all F1, F2, etc.
keys as standard function keys, is checked. From there, you can simply close System Preferences, and you can use the F1 keys as we use them throughout the title.
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