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Old 07-02-2006, 10:40 PM   #1
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may I be able to use the knowledge that I have now in AS2 with flex? Or is a kinda thing where I have to learn again due to diferences? I mean, attachMovie and variable declarations still working the same in Flex or is another way there?
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mm well variables declarations are same, u dont have attachMovie and other MovieClip factory methods, you can use constructor insted ( new MovieClip)
check the ActionScript3/flex2 documentations, you'll find almost all changes there.
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