It was handy. The most imp thing was that I got it xactly when I needed.
Thanks a lot Graeme. And I really mean the “Thanks”]]>
Hey, thanks for your kind words KS. I found writing this helped me to firm everything up in my own mind.
Glad you got it fixed Junie.]]>
Great tutorial, thanks.
Learnt more here than reading 50 pages of an action script eBook.
The beginning concepts are difficult to understand for noobs, but this really helped me know how that scripts are classes and referenced in doc class as objects.
Thanks again, hope you do more]]>
nm I just had typo in my code that I overlooked for a very long time]]>
After adding the mc to the stage, can you access the Square class from the mc timeline?
By that I mean how would you call the sayHello function from the timeline of the mc you just added to the stage?]]>
Thanks very much, MW!]]>
Nice little explanation. I have always had trouble figuring out how to use the export for as. I wish Adobe would explain things a simple as you do.]]>
The capital letter man-trap strikes again]]>
ok, lol… I figured out the problem.
My square.as file didn’t have the capital S.]]>
@cookie make sure the Square.as file is in the same folder as your fla. Make sure you have a symbol in the library called Square that you export for actionscript.