Re: [Flashcoders] Searching all ActionScript in an FLA

2009-09-29 Thread Geografiek

Hi,
Thanks for all the hints.
Couldn't find a blank line though, so I just try to live with it.
Willem
On 28-sep-2009, at 16:34, Margo Powell wrote:

I had this error also but it was due to a blank line on a movie  
clip. Check your movie clips and make sure there are no blank lines  
embedded - flash  interprets more than one blank line as a line of  
script


regards
Margo

On 9/28/2009 9:29 AM, Geografiek wrote:

Hi Chris,
Thanks.
I'm on CS4.
The line WARNING: Actions on button or MovieClip instances are  
not supported in ActionScript 3.0. All scripts on object instances  
will be ignored. appears as the first line in the output panel  
with no clue as to where that code would reside.

The compile errors panel is blank.
The project includes some library items from an older project that  
had actionscript attached to limelines, but I carefully stripped  
all of it.
The warning seems not to have any consequences up to now. But it's  
kind of gloomy you know. As if a problem might haunt me in the  
future, grinning: Didnt I warn you long time ago?

regards,
Willem van den Goorbergh

On 26-sep-2009, at 7:27, Chris Velevitch wrote:

On Thu, Sep 24, 2009 at 18:20, Geografiek  
geograf...@geografiek.nl wrote:
I have a .fla with symbols in the library and a docClass.as  
going with it.

When I publish, I get the following waring message:
WARNING: Actions on button or MovieClip instances are not  
supported in

ActionScript 3.0. All scripts on object instances will be ignored.


Are you using Flash CS3 or Flash CS4?

In CS4, the errors panel should be showing you location of the  
warning

and you should be able to double click the message line to goto the
action panel and see and edit the code in question.


Chris
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Re: [Flashcoders] Searching all ActionScript in an FLA

2009-09-29 Thread Peter B
Did you try the Movie Explorer window? You can configure it to just
show movieclips with AS attached...
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Re: [Flashcoders] Searching all ActionScript in an FLA

2009-09-28 Thread Geografiek

Hi Chris,
Thanks.
I'm on CS4.
The line WARNING: Actions on button or MovieClip instances are not  
supported in ActionScript 3.0. All scripts on object instances will  
be ignored. appears as the first line in the output panel with no  
clue as to where that code would reside.

The compile errors panel is blank.
The project includes some library items from an older project that  
had actionscript attached to limelines, but I carefully stripped all  
of it.
The warning seems not to have any consequences up to now. But it's  
kind of gloomy you know. As if a problem might haunt me in the  
future, grinning: Didnt I warn you long time ago?

regards,
Willem van den Goorbergh

On 26-sep-2009, at 7:27, Chris Velevitch wrote:

On Thu, Sep 24, 2009 at 18:20, Geografiek  
geograf...@geografiek.nl wrote:
I have a .fla with symbols in the library and a docClass.as going  
with it.

When I publish, I get the following waring message:
WARNING: Actions on button or MovieClip instances are not  
supported in

ActionScript 3.0. All scripts on object instances will be ignored.


Are you using Flash CS3 or Flash CS4?

In CS4, the errors panel should be showing you location of the warning
and you should be able to double click the message line to goto the
action panel and see and edit the code in question.


Chris
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Re: [Flashcoders] Searching all ActionScript in an FLA

2009-09-28 Thread Glen Pike

Watch out for blank lines in script panels too.

Geografiek wrote:

Hi Chris,
Thanks.
I'm on CS4.
The line WARNING: Actions on button or MovieClip instances are not 
supported in ActionScript 3.0. All scripts on object instances will be 
ignored. appears as the first line in the output panel with no clue 
as to where that code would reside.

The compile errors panel is blank.
The project includes some library items from an older project that had 
actionscript attached to limelines, but I carefully stripped all of it.
The warning seems not to have any consequences up to now. But it's 
kind of gloomy you know. As if a problem might haunt me in the future, 
grinning: Didnt I warn you long time ago?

regards,
Willem van den Goorbergh

On 26-sep-2009, at 7:27, Chris Velevitch wrote:

On Thu, Sep 24, 2009 at 18:20, Geografiek geograf...@geografiek.nl 
wrote:
I have a .fla with symbols in the library and a docClass.as going 
with it.

When I publish, I get the following waring message:
WARNING: Actions on button or MovieClip instances are not supported in
ActionScript 3.0. All scripts on object instances will be ignored.


Are you using Flash CS3 or Flash CS4?

In CS4, the errors panel should be showing you location of the warning
and you should be able to double click the message line to goto the
action panel and see and edit the code in question.


Chris
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Re: [Flashcoders] Searching all ActionScript in an FLA

2009-09-28 Thread Margo Powell
I had this error also but it was due to a blank line on a movie clip. 
Check your movie clips and make sure there are no blank lines embedded - 
flash  interprets more than one blank line as a line of script


regards
Margo

On 9/28/2009 9:29 AM, Geografiek wrote:

Hi Chris,
Thanks.
I'm on CS4.
The line WARNING: Actions on button or MovieClip instances are not 
supported in ActionScript 3.0. All scripts on object instances will be 
ignored. appears as the first line in the output panel with no clue 
as to where that code would reside.

The compile errors panel is blank.
The project includes some library items from an older project that had 
actionscript attached to limelines, but I carefully stripped all of it.
The warning seems not to have any consequences up to now. But it's 
kind of gloomy you know. As if a problem might haunt me in the future, 
grinning: Didnt I warn you long time ago?

regards,
Willem van den Goorbergh

On 26-sep-2009, at 7:27, Chris Velevitch wrote:

On Thu, Sep 24, 2009 at 18:20, Geografiek geograf...@geografiek.nl 
wrote:
I have a .fla with symbols in the library and a docClass.as going 
with it.

When I publish, I get the following waring message:
WARNING: Actions on button or MovieClip instances are not supported in
ActionScript 3.0. All scripts on object instances will be ignored.


Are you using Flash CS3 or Flash CS4?

In CS4, the errors panel should be showing you location of the warning
and you should be able to double click the message line to goto the
action panel and see and edit the code in question.


Chris
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Re: [Flashcoders] Searching all ActionScript in an FLA

2009-09-25 Thread Chris Velevitch
On Thu, Sep 24, 2009 at 18:20, Geografiek geograf...@geografiek.nl wrote:
 I have a .fla with symbols in the library and a docClass.as going with it.
 When I publish, I get the following waring message:
 WARNING: Actions on button or MovieClip instances are not supported in
 ActionScript 3.0. All scripts on object instances will be ignored.

Are you using Flash CS3 or Flash CS4?

In CS4, the errors panel should be showing you location of the warning
and you should be able to double click the message line to goto the
action panel and see and edit the code in question.


Chris
--
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m: 0415 469 095
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Re: [Flashcoders] Searching all ActionScript in an FLA

2009-09-24 Thread Geografiek

Hi list,
I have a .fla with symbols in the library and a docClass.as going  
with it.

When I publish, I get the following waring message:
WARNING: Actions on button or MovieClip instances are not supported  
in ActionScript 3.0. All scripts on object instances will be ignored.


But I can't find any. Not with Edit - Find and Replace. And also the  
tree in the actions panel contains just 1 frame with one empty line 
(I'm absolutely sure, also no invisible characters).

What can I do to get rid of the annoying warning?
Thanks,
Willem van den Goorbergh

On 17-sep-2009, at 13:32, Glen Pike wrote:


F9 brings up the Actionscript editor for an open FLA file.

You can toggle the toolbox screen  (left of  2 column view) by  
clicking the rightmost icon in the icon bar of the Actions tab.


Glen

Karl DeSaulniers wrote:

If you need a screen shot I can send you one off list.

Best,

Karl


On Sep 17, 2009, at 6:14 AM, Karl DeSaulniers wrote:


You  can.
Try using find and replace, just make sure your not selecting  
anything. No frames, no MCs.
Click off stage once just to make sure before you use find and  
replace. It should search everything.


You can also find actions for everything in your FLA by looking  
at the window on the left of your actionscript pane (where you  
type your AS).
There are usually two windows just to the left. One on top with  
pre-written stuff and then a tree of all the frames and symbols  
that have AS on them.
If you select one it will take you to that spot in your AS pane  
so you can edit it. the AS you select will move to the top of the  
tree and be called Current Selection.


EG:  (a frame icon) Layer 1 : Frame 1

you may have to open these two windows up. they are not by  
default opened up (I think) but if you do, just look at the left  
edge of your AS pane.
on the edge in the middle of it, there will be a small box with a  
triangle in it. click it and you'll see what I mean,
then look at the bottom of that windows edge for another box with  
a triangle pointing up. this is the window you want.


HTH,

Karl


On Sep 17, 2009, at 5:53 AM, Arka Roy wrote:


I have FLA files from a client with numerous MovieClips and buttons
containing ActionScript all over the place.  I am not used to  
this, I only
started using Flash with AS3 and have always used a Document  
Class and

placed my ActionScript in external .as files.
I am trying to search through the ActionScript to find some  
text.  Is their
any way (tool etc.) to search through all ActionScript in a  
FLA?   Why
doesn't Adobe put in such a search function, it sounds so basic  
to me.  Or

am I not understanding something about Flash usage?

Thanks.
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[Flashcoders] Searching all ActionScript in an FLA

2009-09-17 Thread Arka Roy
I have FLA files from a client with numerous MovieClips and buttons
containing ActionScript all over the place.  I am not used to this, I only
started using Flash with AS3 and have always used a Document Class and
placed my ActionScript in external .as files.
I am trying to search through the ActionScript to find some text.  Is their
any way (tool etc.) to search through all ActionScript in a FLA?   Why
doesn't Adobe put in such a search function, it sounds so basic to me.  Or
am I not understanding something about Flash usage?

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Re: [Flashcoders] Searching all ActionScript in an FLA

2009-09-17 Thread Karl DeSaulniers

You  can.
Try using find and replace, just make sure your not selecting  
anything. No frames, no MCs.
Click off stage once just to make sure before you use find and  
replace. It should search everything.


You can also find actions for everything in your FLA by looking at  
the window on the left of your actionscript pane (where you type your  
AS).
There are usually two windows just to the left. One on top with pre- 
written stuff and then a tree of all the frames and symbols that have  
AS on them.
If you select one it will take you to that spot in your AS pane so  
you can edit it. the AS you select will move to the top of the tree  
and be called Current Selection.


EG:  (a frame icon) Layer 1 : Frame 1

you may have to open these two windows up. they are not by default  
opened up (I think) but if you do, just look at the left edge of your  
AS pane.
on the edge in the middle of it, there will be a small box with a  
triangle in it. click it and you'll see what I mean,
then look at the bottom of that windows edge for another box with a  
triangle pointing up. this is the window you want.


HTH,

Karl


On Sep 17, 2009, at 5:53 AM, Arka Roy wrote:


I have FLA files from a client with numerous MovieClips and buttons
containing ActionScript all over the place.  I am not used to this,  
I only

started using Flash with AS3 and have always used a Document Class and
placed my ActionScript in external .as files.
I am trying to search through the ActionScript to find some text.   
Is their

any way (tool etc.) to search through all ActionScript in a FLA?   Why
doesn't Adobe put in such a search function, it sounds so basic to  
me.  Or

am I not understanding something about Flash usage?

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Re: [Flashcoders] Searching all ActionScript in an FLA

2009-09-17 Thread Glen Pike

Arka Roy wrote:

I have FLA files from a client with numerous MovieClips and buttons
containing ActionScript all over the place.  I am not used to this, I only
started using Flash with AS3 and have always used a Document Class and
placed my ActionScript in external .as files.
I am trying to search through the ActionScript to find some text.  Is their
any way (tool etc.) to search through all ActionScript in a FLA?   Why
doesn't Adobe put in such a search function, it sounds so basic to me.  Or
am I not understanding something about Flash usage?

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Hi,

   Yes and it's a really powerful tool too:
  
   Ctrl + F, or Edit-Find  Replace...  (CTRL + F becomes second 
nature in Adobe's stuff)


   You can search for Text, or other things (leave Text selected, 
type in your term  make sure the ActionScript box is ticked, then press 
Find Next).


   You can replace too...

   It's v. similar to Dreamweaver's find  replace, but not as 
dangerous as it won't let you modify external files..


   HTH

   Glen
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Re: [Flashcoders] Searching all ActionScript in an FLA

2009-09-17 Thread Karl DeSaulniers

If you need a screen shot I can send you one off list.

Best,

Karl


On Sep 17, 2009, at 6:14 AM, Karl DeSaulniers wrote:


You  can.
Try using find and replace, just make sure your not selecting  
anything. No frames, no MCs.
Click off stage once just to make sure before you use find and  
replace. It should search everything.


You can also find actions for everything in your FLA by looking at  
the window on the left of your actionscript pane (where you type  
your AS).
There are usually two windows just to the left. One on top with pre- 
written stuff and then a tree of all the frames and symbols that  
have AS on them.
If you select one it will take you to that spot in your AS pane so  
you can edit it. the AS you select will move to the top of the tree  
and be called Current Selection.


EG:  (a frame icon) Layer 1 : Frame 1

you may have to open these two windows up. they are not by default  
opened up (I think) but if you do, just look at the left edge of  
your AS pane.
on the edge in the middle of it, there will be a small box with a  
triangle in it. click it and you'll see what I mean,
then look at the bottom of that windows edge for another box with a  
triangle pointing up. this is the window you want.


HTH,

Karl


On Sep 17, 2009, at 5:53 AM, Arka Roy wrote:


I have FLA files from a client with numerous MovieClips and buttons
containing ActionScript all over the place.  I am not used to  
this, I only
started using Flash with AS3 and have always used a Document Class  
and

placed my ActionScript in external .as files.
I am trying to search through the ActionScript to find some text.   
Is their
any way (tool etc.) to search through all ActionScript in a FLA?
Why
doesn't Adobe put in such a search function, it sounds so basic to  
me.  Or

am I not understanding something about Flash usage?

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Re: [Flashcoders] Searching all ActionScript in an FLA

2009-09-17 Thread Glen Pike

F9 brings up the Actionscript editor for an open FLA file.

You can toggle the toolbox screen  (left of  2 column view) by 
clicking the rightmost icon in the icon bar of the Actions tab.


Glen

Karl DeSaulniers wrote:

If you need a screen shot I can send you one off list.

Best,

Karl


On Sep 17, 2009, at 6:14 AM, Karl DeSaulniers wrote:


You  can.
Try using find and replace, just make sure your not selecting 
anything. No frames, no MCs.
Click off stage once just to make sure before you use find and 
replace. It should search everything.


You can also find actions for everything in your FLA by looking at 
the window on the left of your actionscript pane (where you type your 
AS).
There are usually two windows just to the left. One on top with 
pre-written stuff and then a tree of all the frames and symbols that 
have AS on them.
If you select one it will take you to that spot in your AS pane so 
you can edit it. the AS you select will move to the top of the tree 
and be called Current Selection.


EG:  (a frame icon) Layer 1 : Frame 1

you may have to open these two windows up. they are not by default 
opened up (I think) but if you do, just look at the left edge of your 
AS pane.
on the edge in the middle of it, there will be a small box with a 
triangle in it. click it and you'll see what I mean,
then look at the bottom of that windows edge for another box with a 
triangle pointing up. this is the window you want.


HTH,

Karl


On Sep 17, 2009, at 5:53 AM, Arka Roy wrote:


I have FLA files from a client with numerous MovieClips and buttons
containing ActionScript all over the place.  I am not used to this, 
I only

started using Flash with AS3 and have always used a Document Class and
placed my ActionScript in external .as files.
I am trying to search through the ActionScript to find some text.  
Is their

any way (tool etc.) to search through all ActionScript in a FLA?   Why
doesn't Adobe put in such a search function, it sounds so basic to 
me.  Or

am I not understanding something about Flash usage?

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