Macromedia Flash Module
MODULE 9: MUTIPLE SCENE
Duration : 80 minutes
Objectives : Students will be able to:
1. Create a m...
Macromedia Flash Module
3. Type a text on your stage in ‘scene 2’ like below.
4. Convert ‘menu’ text as symbol (button). R...
Macromedia Flash Module
6. Double click the ‘menu” text. You can see the ‘button’ environment
7. Press F6 (add keyframe), ...
Macromedia Flash Module
10. You can click Windows menu file, and then select Design Panels – Scene.
11. The Scene windows ...
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Module 9 creating menu2

  1. 1. Macromedia Flash Module MODULE 9: MUTIPLE SCENE Duration : 80 minutes Objectives : Students will be able to: 1. Create a multiple scenes 2. Create a button 3. Connecting the scenes using action script Contents : 1. Open a ‘Menu’ file. (skip this step if you are still at Menu document environment) 2. Click Insert menu file, and then select ‘Scene’. ‘Scene 2’ will be appear. Module 9 / Page 1-1
  2. 2. Macromedia Flash Module 3. Type a text on your stage in ‘scene 2’ like below. 4. Convert ‘menu’ text as symbol (button). Right click the text and then select ‘Convert to symbol’ 5. Give the name of symbol and then select the ‘Button’ option. Module 9 / Page 1-2 Note: for scene 3 and scene 4, the button’s name must be different.
  3. 3. Macromedia Flash Module 6. Double click the ‘menu” text. You can see the ‘button’ environment 7. Press F6 (add keyframe), and then change the color in second frame (Up State) and third frame (Down State). (See the previous module for the detail step) 8. Point your cursor to background stage, and then double click to back a normal environment. 9. Make ‘scene 3’ and ‘scene 4’ as you have done in ‘scene 2’. Your movie should be having 4 scenes. Module 9 / Page 1-3
  4. 4. Macromedia Flash Module 10. You can click Windows menu file, and then select Design Panels – Scene. 11. The Scene windows will appear, and you can manage your scene here. 12. Save your movie. Module 9 / Page 1-4

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