I need some help with ActionScript. I'm sure I would eventually stumble with how to do this if I read a tutorial, but I have a project due tomorrow at school and I don't have time to read a lot... anyway I have two questions:
1-What is the ActionScript command to move to another scene (like for example if I want that when Scene A reaches frame 340 is moves on to frame 1 of Scene B automatically without presing buttons, what ActionScript should I put in frame 340 of Scene A)?
2-What actionscript code should I put on a button so that when I click it it starts playing Scene X?
I know this should be relatively easy to find, and I promise I'll search next time, but I just don't have much time now
Never mind, I'll just put everything in one scene
Good choice. Scenes were/are a great way for timeline animators to organize their lengthy timelines. However when you publish a swf the compiler removes the scenes and strings them together in one long timeline. This can cause problems when doing anything that moves the playhead and evidently somtimes sound can get messed up too.
So the generally answer is that it is better to use movieclips to organize your content if you plan to use actionscript.