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Through several hands-on tutorials, instructor Todd Perkins shows how to best build dynamic, streamlined sites using Flash CS3 Professional. Learn how to create custom keyboard shortcuts, apply advanced text techniques such as animating scrolling text with custom easing controls, and using advanced animation techniques. Flash CS3 Professional Beyond the Basics covers many challenging features, including adding complex interactivity to a Flash CS3 project and getting Flash content on a phone. Exercise files accompany the tutorials.
Another way to make your Flash movie accessible is to add a name and description. I still have the Accessibility panel open from the last exercise. Inside of the name field, I'm going to type. The Name and Description fields are read by screen readers, if you have the Make movie accessible option checked. And so we can name our Flash movie Lynda.com Flash Movie. Then we can give a description. Type this is a movie that shows the following text, Lynda.com then you can type whatever you like in the Description field, but this is the description of your Flash movie in general.
And so this in name and description again are read by screen readers. So that makes your movie more accessible.
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