Script Assist


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Script Assist

Prior to Flash MX 2004 (which was the last version of Flash) the Actions panel had a mode called Normal mode (which was the default method of working with Actions inside a Flash). In normal mode, as you added actions to your Script pane here (on the right hand side) there was another section in the Actions window about it that would give you Pull Down Menus, radio buttons, and so forth, to make it easy to use selections for how that action worked.

In essence it made working with actions for beginners much, much easier because you didn't have to know all the syntax. You didn't have to type and enter everything in manually. However in Flash MX2004, they removed Normal mode and instead working with ActionScript means it will be permanently set in what was called Expert mode. Meaning you just click inside of the Script pane and type everything in manually without any assistance. However in Flash 8 they've essentially added Normal mode back in.

Except that it's now called Script Assist...

Script Assist
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Script Assist provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Shane Rebenschied as part of the Flash Professional 8 Essential Training

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Web
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Flash Professional
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