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    Senior Member Mad-Sci's Avatar
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    Can you guys post a few lines of code done with IFA. Just to take a look. Also how robust is the AS compared with Flash5 when the question is games..

    thanx a bunch..

    mad_sci

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    Take a look at a screenshot of the scripting. The current scripting interface is very visual. All of the important actions are there, including a few actions that are not available in Flash 5. The code is very robust - because it is hard to code wrongly. Object variables will be a feature of the next version.

    http://www.insanetools.com/images/help_actions.gif

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    Senior Member Mad-Sci's Avatar
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    oooo Ok i see ok thanx man..

    Are you guys planning AS editor for more advanced programming ?

    one more question: the AS is close to that of F4 how are you planning to expand it? Is it going to be like let say The Games Factory from ClickTeam or closer to F5 JavaScript. Just as idea for now there is no real game engine which makes swf files. The Games Factoy to uses Vitalize plug-in..see what I mean..a real game engine for creating on-line swf games.Ability for pear-to-pear gaming like Quake will be also way cool..
    mad_sci

    PS man when Im going to grow up. 32 and still playing Pac-Man..ha ha ha ha

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    Our visual interface uses Flash 5 Action Script features. We'll be expanding the power of this interface while keeping it visual.

    We are also working on a direct Javascript programming interface, which will be available within a few versions time.

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