> Flash built in AS editor hilighted as keyword both
> What is the difference between the two?
Look up the "Object class" entry of the ActionScript
You'll see that the Object class has neither a width
nor a _width
property. But plenty of objects in ActionScript *do* have one
There's MovieClip._width, for example. I think what you're
seeing -- and
this is merely my guess -- is a result of the Actions panel
special words, and highlighting them whether one particular
such a property or not.
Generally speaking, properties preceeded by an underscore
The underscores are still around for backwards compatability.
In any case,
width and _width would presumably both refer to something
about an object's
"width," whatever that might mean for a given object.