OMFG!: A Flash Tutorial

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Hey! This is a 35-section tutorial for you all, in which I have started on the basics and moved later into more complicated stuff. I hope that both people starting out in Flash and even slightly more advanced author will be able to learn something from it! You can of course feel free to e-mail us if you don't understand something, or join our forum, where I can post replies to you :)

Barno, SCPUK (www.barnoproductions.co


Really Useful

I've tried every other tutorial here, but they seemed to expect that I already knew some of flash - this was a really great tutorial. -1 star because It was difficult to figure out the order in which I should navigate the different tutorials - and you started talking about symbols before explaining what they were.

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It's an okay review

@bagarinator If your trying to code it on a button, heres the correct code:
on (release) {
gotoAndPlay("Scene 1", 1);

script does not work

gotoAndPlay("Scene 1", 1);
Does not work, that sucks... I hate it when somebody says that something that doesnt work is easy.
But I guess I have to rate it good anyway, because otherwise, my review gets deleted again. What a disappointment.


It tells you about most of the basics but one thing i missed is how to make an volume control. ive been trying to make an music player and i always have problems when im supposed to make the volume control. got any tips or something it would be nice of you to PM me. and thanks for the movie its been great help otherways

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I knew how to use other editors of sorts, but it doesn't hurt to relearn the basics and learning how to make flash anything is a good thing in this day and age. It's both entertaining and fun to do. People can see your work and you can be proud of it, that on its own is a great feeling.

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4.17 / 5.00

Aug 29, 2005
5:33 AM EDT