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Before you ask a question in this forum, you should check out our Flash Tutorial.Note: the Flash tutorial is no longer online

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Those that's made with XHTML :)Though it starts with the basic HTML tags like <html> instead of <xhtml>. Why is it like that, really? That's kinda weird...lol

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I did not know that there was a Flash Tutorial on W3Schools

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I did not know that there was a Flash Tutorial on W3Schools
Yep!! :) But there not...to great...to be honest

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Yea, I really wish the Flash tutorials were bigger, because I know W3Schools is like the best place to learn! I've been to a lot of sites, but I've learned most here...like HTML, XHTML, CSS, JavaScript (haven't learned too much yet), PHP, MySQL and some ASP (I need a free host with database...except brinkster.net, anyone know about any?)

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I dont like Flash at all, that is why I am making an Animation library that will kill flash. HAHAHAHAHAHAH *Evil Laugh*

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Flash is good! Especially for image galleries and portfolios and stuff. I don't use Flash too much myself, but I can't say I don't like it.

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I dont think that this is the most suitable place too start this conversation. I will PM you soon!

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I dont like Flash at all, that is why I am making an Animation library that will kill flash. HAHAHAHAHAHAH *Evil Laugh*
I am new in web development. Would u please give me guideline to learn the use of Animation library instead of flash.

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Umm... an animation library is a collection of animated media that can be referenced when creating a presentation. There is no one animation library, there are thousands all over the place, for many different platforms. Though I'm sure if you ask nicely Prateek may give you his, or some of his.

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Hmmm... Hey dude the flash tutorials doesn't have a good and descriptive information lyk other tutorials in w3schools. Please make it more descriotive it help us to understand better. thanx! by the way anybody knows any other tutorials site for flash?

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The Flash tutorials (well... guides) inside the program itself are quite good. Open Flash and press F1 (help), you can find them there.

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This tutorial is focused on Websites only. No 2D game design / coding. Beyond the scope of this site really.

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The pro flash developers; how do you cut back on the amount of time it takes for someone to load your flash web pages.

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The pro flash developers; how do you cut back on the amount of time it takes for someone to load your flash web pages.
All imported jpegs should be 72 rez. Please, please, please don't make the mistake of importing a higher rez image. Also, the jpegs you do import can be further downsized by double-clicking them in the library. The Bitmap Properties window allows you to adjust the quality (uncheck the "Use imported jpeg data") and using the "test" button on the right hand side. Down size movies before using them in Flash. Check your actionscript. Hope this leads people in the right direction. I've had a lot of headaches with images that don't belong in Flash so I hope you don't also.
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He lie! Flash is making a comeback!!!

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I'd like to see some evidence of that. Where exactly is Flash making a comeback? All its main functions (video, audio, animated interfaces, interactive content) is replaced by native browser functionality which is more efficient and accessible.

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