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Old 02-06-2003, 10:52 PM   #1
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I'm having problems with actionscript. Whatever I do on Actionscript it just doesn't work. Most of the tutorials on this website are for Flash 4 or Flash 5 and the ones that are for Flash MX don't work for me. I think I need a Flash MX book on actionscript. The problem is that I'm probably gonna have a hard time finding a book that's suitabl for me because I'm only 13 so I'm gonna have trouble finding an Actionscript book that I can understand. Here's a quote from the Actionscript dictionary built in the Flash MX program. Method; indicates whether a screen reader program is currently active or not. Use this method when you want your movie to behave differently in the presence of a screen reader. . I can't understand a word of that. I need a suggestion on a book that I could understand at least fairly good.
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Old 02-06-2003, 11:05 PM   #2
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Hey, I've found friendsOfEd books to be really good. i think they have released foundation actionscript for MX now.
It does take a while to start to understand the terms. once you get the lingo down though it does become easier.

Keep on trucking, you will get the hang of it, and be years ahead of everyone else.

If you have any direct questions, feel free to ask.

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Old 02-06-2003, 11:31 PM   #3
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