[mtasc] Events & methods useless?
mark13 at gmail.com
Fri Sep 2 05:03:12 CEST 2005
attachMovie and loadMovie aren't events, but methods of MovieClip. if
you meant onLoad, that's an event (handler), as is e.g. onEnterFrame
(by convention, eventhandlers in actionscript begin with "on").
as for the linkage id and multiple frames, you can use swfmill:
which, to answer your question from the other thread, is a bit of an
exception since it's c++ (and xslt), but it compiles just fine on
linux, even 64bit. the rest is mostly platform independent
(actionscript/swf, java..., even mtasc works also as ocaml bytecode if
you prefer that).
On 9/2/05, Karlisson M. Bezerra <karlissonbezerra at yahoo.com.br> wrote:
> I'm programming on linux and I'd like to know when
> events like attachMovie ou Load will be
> useful...attachMovie requires a id that I don't know
> what can be if I'm not loading a swf from a library
> like Flash IDE. And about the methods play and stop,
> etc, can I create a swf with various frames only by
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