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I say buy a book. 25$ on amazon really helps.
Instructables is not a good medium to teach this sort of thing.
I agree, this is a VERY wide field of learning. I myself learnt flash and Actionscript myself, through trial and error mainly. Plus, if an instructable were to be made about, say, a flash game, it would be very specific and not allow a great deal of freedom as it is such a wide subject.
Well no, because all you really have to know is variables, hit testing, basic movement coding and that's about it.
not really. You have to know booleans, strings, and clip events, and all kinds of stuff. Flash isn't JUST games you know. It makes nice animations too.
. For an inclusive Flash tutorial, I agree. As stated ("Preloaders, Animation, Web Design, Games, etc..." as separate iBles), it might work.
I could do some. But right now, i'm working with illustrator. Maybe i'll do some later.
Whoops, as computer oriented as I am, one would have thought I would not have come here thinking you were speaking of "flash powder" or of attachments for cameras :-)
Hehhe..At least you didn't come thinking it's a post on exhibitionism flashing ;-)
Do you mean like this? From an e-card....
Hmm, I hardly think one would need an instructable on how to open one's coat LOL
have any experience with AS3? i might want some AS3 tuts........ "now where can i show off my art..........." have any on preloaders i might need some
I havent got a flash program :(
what says it all? the guy with his head on the ground and feet on the air? try this trick and spin it yea. his head will collapse and there is nothing in it and he'll ask himself, "where is my mind". it can also also be interpreted as "the suicide guy" oh yea. A for the effort mang, thanks for asking
So, yes...or no
Its irritating to ask to make it, do it then post a thread.
You cant make a single instructable on how to use flash. If you want just show how to use certain features.
I think ibles on how to create certain effects in flash will be more appropriate (eg: glass buttons, glare effects, moving clouds, etc).