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SUNDAY 27 MAY, 2007

Templates Help Traveler

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Traveler (regulator) This simple and easy in developing stuff will serve you in future for regulation of volumes of sound, colors and many other adjustable things. Create MovieClip (Ctrl+F8) and draw scroll line there. Select all you have done and place it a way when begining of line will be in center of MovieClip. Near this in same MovieClip draw traveler which you will pull and convert it to MovieClip by selecting it and pressing F8 (Convert to symbol). Place this Movie Clip in the begining of line (in the center of MovieClip where you have a small cross). Now name movieclips. Select traveler (2nd movieclip) and press Ctrl+ F3 (properties), there you will see field for entering name where it's written , write it there, for example "prokr" (without inverted commas). Go out of editing of this movieclip and selecting it do same operation as with previous MovieClip, name it for example "polosa". So you have ready MovieClip called "polosa" and one more inside of it called "prokr". Now you have to write script. You can write it to same frame where clip is located or you can create new layer, call it "actions" and write to blank frame of it this script: _root.polosa.prokr.onMouseDown = function() { this.startDrag(true, 5, 0, 100, 0); } _root.polosa.prokr.onMouseUp = function() { this.stopDrag(); } Press Ctrl+Enter and you'll see how it works.

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