I started with ActionScript and learned some PHP along the way. I found PHP
pretty simple to learn but I always found it tedious to work with. I
eventually picked up Ruby and really fell in love with it. The concepts were
easy to learn coming from an AS background.
Recently I've started to learn
Most flex classes have dependancies in the Flex Framework which means
that before you know it you are importing half of the framework to get
one class or component to work.
But here's a good blog post that describes how to import the Flex
classes you need into a swc so at least you can keep it
try allowDomain() in the loaded swf
On Fri, Sep 5, 2008 at 5:20 PM, Vayu Robins [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
I am struggling with this one.
I am loading an external swf file that has a Document class into my main
So far so good, but I would like to make this
You could also try setting the ActionScript export frame to 2 and put
your preloader on frame 1.
On Fri, May 2, 2008 at 5:08 PM, Omar Fouad [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Well I'll give it a try and feedback
On Sat, May 3, 2008 at 2:37 AM, Kenneth Kawamoto [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Object is passed in.
I think the suggestion to use flash.utils.describeType() was probably
what I was looking for.
On Jan 7, 2008 1:59 AM, Sunil Jolly [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Have you got an example Jamie?
From: Jamie S [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
I ran into a particular situation where i had a function that took an
Object as a parameter. I needed that Object to be an actual Object
i.e. dynamic because the function was going to add properties to it.
But since everything in ActionScript is an Object I had trouble
Is there a
I guess i'm thinking specifically of mx.core.Container Objects.
Although you can use addChild() to add any DisplayObject, unless that
DisplayObject implements IUIConponent, it wont work.
On Dec 20, 2007 7:23 AM, Merrill, Jason [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Also I've found that when trying to
Though i've never tried loading a Flex swf in Flash, I have done the
opposite and ran into similar issues. Ultimately all of the problems I
encountered were related to either security issues or
incompatibilities in the loaded swf making the whole app fail with no
To solve security
toString() is a method of the Object class and it doesn't have any
arguments. So while every object in Flash has a toString method, by
default it returns [object Object]. From your code it looks like
what you're actually doing is calling this.toString(), you probably
want to do something like
I'm encouraging you all to check out the latest release of the
JumpShip Framework for AS3.
JumpShip is an ActionScript application framework that implements an
MVC design pattern and adheres to the Ruby on Rails philosophy of
Convention over Configuration i.e. making a few logical assumptions
If you're using Flash 8 try setting the anit-alias settings for Bitmap text
On 3/15/07, Johan Nyberg [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Anybody know how to solve this annoying problem? Whenever I put text
behind a mask, and then move the text - like for example if you want to
I had a similar problem a while back with a project that required a lot of
stuff (xml, swf's, and jpg's) to load all at once. It worked fine in
publishing and in IE on Windows but Firefox (Mac and PC) and Safari (it was
the wost with safari) would tend to miss stuff just as you have discribed.
This may help you out.
On 11/15/06, Matheus Araujo [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Is there any way to play multiple FLV files in sequence
as if they are only one, with only one visual buffer?
The sound will be a
I've been interested in developing an online video editing tool similar to
jumpcut.com, eyespot.com etc. I know how to upload video clips trough the
flash client, convert them to flv's with ffmpeg and display them back in the
client with cute thumbnails. But how do I let people combine
Although I have had my fair share of headaches with TextFormat, I
think I may know what is going on here.
There are two methods for assigning a textFormat to a textField. These
are setTextFormat() and setNewTextFormat().
The way I understand it setTextFormat() sets the style of the text
on the stage. This is driving me nutz.
Jason Merrill | E-Learning Solutions | icfconsulting.com
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