Adobe Flash

What is the point of counting in flash? Well if there is any point, then You can make count downs or count ups and then trigger some action on its completion. Following tutorials will guide you about how to create counters in flash using ActionScript.

When you have got a movie and you want to navigate it frame by frame then this script is handy. You can write frame number to jump at that frame. Add stop button on starting frame. Create new frames and add relevant contents on them. Create an input text and name it (assign variable) goto […]

In this section you will learn how to do the following in Flash using ActionScript. Close Browser From Flash Without POPUP Alert (browser close) With POPUP Alert (browser close) With POPUP Alert (browser close) Print From Flash Add to Favourites From Flash Launch Popup or Fullscreen Window From Flash For Full Screen in Html Page […]

Following example will show you how to create date and time function in flash. Read tutorial and download example. Create a dynamic text field named as Mytime or whatever you like. Create a movie clip outside of movie area (canvas), and write the following script on that and you are done.

Following are some particle systems made in flash using ActionScript. I have ‘Flash Fairies particle system’, ‘Flash Snow Effect’, ‘Flash Stars Field’, ‘Flash Smoke Effect’, ‘Flash Stars Effect’, ‘Flash Rain Effect’, ‘Flash Background Color Effect’, ‘Flash Leaves Particle System’ and more…with examples to download.

Tooltips or titles in flash movies are helpful for extra information about any page or section of movie. You might give user some information about the link before he is going to click at that. For this regard tool tips are very helpful.

We can import any sound of supported format into flash (Shortcut: Ctrl+R). After importing, you can find sound in Library panel and by dragging that at stage it will be added in timeline of movie. Other way is to click at timeline which will give you sounds panel in movie properties panel, if you have […]

By just looking at the image, I think you will not get the whole idea about the function. You will have to download it to see working example. This is an explanation of how to animate different sections of a movie smoothly. When some button is clicked, the previous animation restores its original state or […]

In the following example I have taken two external swf movies which are called when buttons are clicked. The idea is to create a smooth transition effect between loading and unloading of flash external movies.