Flash Professional 8 Beyond the Basics
Have you completed the Flash Professional 8 Essential Training course, or are you already up to speed on the fundamentals of Flash? If so, you're ready to move beyond the basics with this series of step-by-step video tutorials. In Flash Professional 8 Beyond the Basics, Shane Rebenschied will expand your Flash skill set by guiding you through the production of a complete website built with Flash and ActionScript. Exercise files accompany the training videos, allowing you to follow along and learn at your own pace.
- Integrating Fireworks, Photoshop, and Illustrator content ActionScript Classes, Objects, Methods, and Properties Using the LoadVars Class to build scrolling text fields Using HTML and CSS with Flash Integrating usability and functionality Building an ActionScript-driven navigation system Building a dynamically loading slideshow with text and images Building a Preloader Using Components to create a feedback form Testing and publishing your final project
>> Hi, I'm Shane Rebenschield and welcome to Flash Professional 8, Beyond the Basics. In this video training title, you're going to be learning intermediate to advanced level flash action scripting and the context of building a fully functional flash 8 website. I'm not going to keep you around here any longer, let's just get straight to it.
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- Q: When following the tutorials on a Mac, a problem was encountered in Chapter 4 when trying to load a text file. The file would not load in Flash. The specified file was created in TextEdit as an .RTF file. Why won’t Flash load this document?
- A: Rich Text Format (RTF) files have their own formatting, as opposed to a .TXT file, which contains just the basic, unformatted text characters. It is possible that the formatting of the .RTF file created in TextEdit is causing the error in Flash. Since RTFs are the default file type in TextEdit, the file will have to be manually saved as a .TXT file. In TextEdit, select Format > Make Plain Text, then in the Save dialog box, use the .TXT extension in the file name.
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