Adjusting preferences for ActionScript fonts, colors, and formatting


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Adjusting preferences for ActionScript fonts, colors, and formatting

Controlling the appearance of your code is an essential tool for veteran programmers and newbies alike. Modifying ActionScript fonts, colors, and formatting allows you to make code easiest for you to read and write in Flash Pro. In the Actions panel here, I have some code. Right now, I don't want you to have to understand any of what this code means or what it's doing. I just want you to look at the appearance of it. Is it easy to read? Is it hard to read? Are the colors too bright or too little contrast or too much contrast? If you want to change those things, you can change them in Flash Preferences.

For example, I like to have larger fonts on my screen when I record these movies so that the code is easier for you to see. So, I'll go to Flash > Preferences. Note on the PC that's under Edit > Preferences. To modify your ActionScript settings, click the ActionScript Category on the left side of the window. Here you'll see various options for modifying your ActionScript...

Adjusting preferences for ActionScript fonts, colors, and formatting
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Adjusting preferences for ActionScript fonts, colors, and formatting provides you with in-depth training on Developer. Taught by Todd Perkins as part of the ActionScript 3.0 in Flash Professional CS5 Essential Training

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