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  1. First off: Alex, thank you for the pointers. ...

    First off:

    Alex, thank you for the pointers. They are taken to heart and put to use.

    Drewskii, let me take another shot at this...

    I realized that when you set the originalposition variable...
  2. Sorry... was late last night and I was being...

    Sorry... was late last night and I was being distracted when I wrote that (guess that will teach me not to reply to a forum when being distracted :) ).

    onClipEvent handlers all have to go on an...
  3. The following assumes that you are running Flash...

    The following assumes that you are running Flash 5 and the movieClip where you are wanting to do the scrolling is not the main timeline (or _root):

    In the first frame of your mcbtnstar clip, put...
  4. Create an onClipEvent(enterFrame) function that...

    Create an onClipEvent(enterFrame) function that increments the position of the slider if it is not currently being held down until it reaches its original position.
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    Instantiate your variable in the _root timeline,...

    Instantiate your variable in the _root timeline, then reference it by "if (_root.variable == 1)". Set the variable inside your loop the first time through to 0.
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    You can speed up the movie without speeding up...

    You can speed up the movie without speeding up the frame rate. Unfortunately, it involves a pretty much ground-up design, so if you have much time invested it probably won't be worth it.

    You...
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    From "ActionScript: The Definitive Guide" p.206 ...

    From "ActionScript: The Definitive Guide" p.206

    "The function keys F1...F12 are not supported by keyPress, but are detectable using the Key object"

    Try using the onClipEvent(keyDown) handler in...
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    I would like to write a script that makes changes...

    I would like to write a script that makes changes that are observable in the authoring environment. Is there a way to script the Flash authoring environment beyond creating your own Parameters panel...
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    I have purchased "ActionScript: The Definitive...

    I have purchased "ActionScript: The Definitive Guide" by Colin Moock (from O'Reilly press) and have found it very in-depth and informative... highly recommend it.

    n10si_t
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