2 Replies Latest reply on Oct 10, 2006 8:55 AM by Newsgroup_User

    NEWBIE: Please how to view/search all script in IDE?

    Level 7
      Hi,

      I am a long time programmer but new to flash. Now I have to fix a bug
      for my client with his flash application.

      Everything is installed and the files (.fla) are opened. I see the
      different layers and the timeline. Beneath, I see a panel named "actions"

      As a programmer, I am used to view all of my source code. However, the
      .as files contain very little code and I have a hard time to view all
      functions/events in the action panel. Moreover, I would like to search
      within code?

      Thanks a lot,

      --
      J.B.


      P.S.
      The problem with this application is with overlapping sounds. I have an
      idea how to fix it, but I need to see/edit the code first.
        • 1. Re: NEWBIE: Please how to view/search all script in IDE?
          coldMiner Level 1
          ALT F3 - or window -> Movie explorer
          Make sure that the button show actionscript is visible,
          make a search and double-click to view the code.

          Can be very frustrating when you must modify a fla file from someone
          who has code all over different timeline, scenes, movieclips etc.
          I've sometimes given up, and code it from scratch...

          good luck :)
          • 2. Re: NEWBIE: Please how to view/search all script in IDE?
            Level 7
            Thanks a lot!!!

            This is the "abracadabra" word I needed. :-)

            Regards,

            --
            J.B.

            coldMiner a écrit :
            > ALT F3 - or window -> Movie explorer
            > Make sure that the button show actionscript is visible,
            > make a search and double-click to view the code.
            >
            > Can be very frustrating when you must modify a fla file from someone
            > who has code all over different timeline, scenes, movieclips etc.
            > I've sometimes given up, and code it from scratch...
            >
            > good luck :)
            >