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MAX Tutorial 1 (buttons)

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Sep 30, 2007 | 11:40 PM EDT

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this flash tut its soo tiny but everything is there you will know about it becose its the thing more easy in the world

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MushmanMushman

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

You missed a few points

Hey there! That wasn't a bad tutorial, but it wasn't fantasic either. I myself have made one on Light Effects. Feel free to watch it. But unfortunatly, your tutorial doesn't cover all the steps. For example, how would a flash "noob" know how to convert the circle into a symbol and button? You just got the menu like magic. Yes, you can do this with ease, but sometimes you need to talk to the flasher as if they had just installed Flash. Otherwise they'll get confused and unhappy.
The next thing you need to do is include real screenshots. Just a drawn version of what it looks like isn't really the best. Sometimes the flasher will find the window or section they're supposed to be on, but compare it to your version and close it to keep searching for the real one, when that one was it.
Also, in your movie, could you put some music that isn't very large in filesize? Tutorials don't really need music, but some people do demand it.
For conveniancy, why don't you play the music so that after the viewer has clicked it, the music starts playing rather than if you just hold the button down? Sometimes the viewer would have the music playing and accidently click the button, but not release the mouse. It would be nice for those people to move the mouse off the button without having the music overlap and press the music stop button.
Also, how about teaching us how to stop music is it's playing? I think it would be easy to put in some action script like on(release) stopallsounds;() equiped to the button would do it, but I'm not sure myself.
Like I said, not bad, but needs some work to achieve full potential.


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Greenkupo responds:

thank you im gonna prove with another screenshoots and explain more in my second


JerrehJerreh

Rated 2 / 5 stars

More detail.

You really have to explain every step, and making a box over the circle? You have to select it, right?

Step by step, with pictures, then it's a perfect tutorial. Good luck with your next one.


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Greenkupo responds:

THANKYOU i have your review in mind