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  • This codes in Actionscript-2, Can anyone help me translate it into AS-3 please ?.......a newby pulli

    - by Spux
    this.createEmptyMovieClip('mask_mc',0); bg_mc.setMask(mask_mc); var contor:Number=0; // function drawCircle draws a circle on mask_mc MovieClip of radius r and having center to mouse coordinates function drawCircle(mask_mc:MovieClip):Void{ var r:Number = 20; var xcenter:Number = _xmouse; var ycenter:Number = _ymouse; var A:Number = Math.tan(22.5 * Math.PI/180); var endx:Number; var endy:Number; var cx:Number; var cy:Number; mask_mc.beginFill(0x000000, 100); mask_mc.moveTo(xcenter+r, ycenter); for (var angle:Number = Math.PI/4; angle<=2*Math.PI; angle += Math.PI/4) { xend = r*Math.cos(angle); yend = r*Math.sin(angle); xbegin =xend + r* A *Math.cos((angle-Math.PI/2)); ybegin =yend + r* A *Math.sin((angle-Math.PI/2)); mask_mc.curveTo(xbegin+xcenter, ybegin+ycenter, xend+xcenter, yend+ycenter); } mask_mc.endFill(); } // contor variable is used to hold if the mouse is pressed (contor is 1) or not (contor is 0) this.onMouseDown=function(){ drawCircle(mask_mc); contor=1; } // if the mouse is hold and moved then we draw a circle on the mask_mc this.onMouseMove=this.onEnterFrame=function(){ if (contor==1){ drawCircle(mask_mc); } } this.onMouseUp=function(){ contor=0; }

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  • Programming languages similar to ActionScript 3 / EcmaScript based

    - by Juanlu001
    I almost learned programming and OOP basic concepts with ActionScript 3 on the Flash Platform years ago. Some time has passed since then; I'm not a professional programmer, but I have written code in PHP, Fortran, and now Python. But, lately, I have missed ActionScript 3 OOP implementation, static typing and, I confess, curly braces. As Flash platform is slowly dying nowadays, I'm looking for an Open Sourced programming language similar to ActionScript 3. I've read about Java, which is the most similar one I found, but actually is the only one it doesn't interest me (I started to hate it after bad experiences with web applets). Any ideas? Edit: Added EcmaScript to the title and the tags; I think that is what I am looking for.

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  • actionscript - testing actionscript via command line

    - by ludicco
    Hello, I would like to know if is there any easy way to test actionscript by using some kind of application like ruby's irb or javasctip spidermonkey where you can just open up your terminal and type the code straight away. This would be a good time saver when speaking of actionscript, since to test some syntaxes, classes, etc. you would need to compile it via fsch. but still not a good option just for quick testing, etc... Cheers

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  • Equivalent of Flex DataBinding using Pure Actionscript

    - by Joshua
    What is the ActionScript equivalent of this? <mx:Label text="Hello {MyVar} World!"/> In ActionScript it would need it to look something like this: var StringToBind="Hello {MyVar} World!"; // I've Written It This Way Because I Don't Know The Exact Text To Be Bound At Design Time. [Bindable] var MyVar:String='Flex'; var Lab:Label=new Label(); Lab.text=??? ... SomeContainer.addChild(Lab); How can I accomplish this kind of "Dynamic" binding... Where I don't know the value of "StringToBind" until runtime? For the purposes of this question we can assume that I do know that any variable mentioned in "StringToBind", is guaranteed to exist at runtime. I already realize there are much more straightforward ways to accomplish this exact thing STATICALLY, and using only Flex. It's important for my project though that I understand how this could be accomplished using purely ActionScript.

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  • using SeekToNavCuePoint with Custom Cue Points created by ActionScript

    - by meghana
    i have custom flvPlayBack player, i want to do like add Custom CuePoints using ActionScript and making one button Event , On click of that button , Flv should seek to that CuePoints added using ActionScript . I am using below code to do that. var rtn_obj:Object; //create cue point object my_FLVPlybk.source = "sj_clip.flv"; my_FLVPlybk.addASCuePoint(0, "abs",CuePointType.ACTIONSCRIPT); my_FLVPlybk.addASCuePoint(4, "abs",CuePointType.ACTIONSCRIPT); my_FLVPlybk.addASCuePoint(8, "abs",CuePointType.ACTIONSCRIPT); my_FLVPlybk.addASCuePoint(12, "abs",CuePointType.ACTIONSCRIPT); my_FLVPlybk.addASCuePoint(16, "abs",CuePointType.ACTIONSCRIPT); my_FLVPlybk.addASCuePoint(20, "abs",CuePointType.ACTIONSCRIPT); my_FLVPlybk.addASCuePoint(24, "abs",CuePointType.ACTIONSCRIPT); my_FLVPlybk.addASCuePoint(28, "abs",CuePointType.ACTIONSCRIPT); my_FLVPlybk.addASCuePoint(31, "abs",CuePointType.ACTIONSCRIPT); my_FLVPlybk.setFLVCuePointEnabled(true,"abs"); fwbtn1.addEventListener(MouseEvent.CLICK,Forward) function Forward(e:MouseEvent):void { if(rtn_obj != null) { traceit(rtn_obj) rtn_obj = my_FLVPlybk.findNextCuePointWithName(rtn_obj); if(rtn_obj != null) { traceit(rtn_obj) my_FLVPlybk.seekToNavCuePoint(rtn_obj.time); } } } my_FLVPlybk.addEventListener(fl.video.VideoEvent.READY, ready_listener); function ready_listener(eventObject:fl.video.VideoEvent):void { rtn_obj = my_FLVPlybk.findCuePoint("abs", CuePointType.ACTIONSCRIPT); } function traceit(cuePoint:Object):void { trace("Cue point name is: " + cuePoint.name); trace("Cue point time is: " + cuePoint.time); trace("Cue point type is: " + cuePoint.type); } I thought ,this code should work properly.. but when i run this code , it give me next cuePoint which i find using findNextCuePointWithName() method but it does not seek to that point , which i thought seekToNavCuePoint() method should do. anybody have any idea , how to make it work?? Thanks i Hope my i have explained my requirement to clear to understand. i really need this in urgent. please help me.

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  • Rendering MXML component only after actionscript is finished

    - by basicblock
    In my mxml file, I'm doing some calculations in the script tag, and binding them to a custom component. <fx:Script> <![CDATA[ [Bindable] public var calc1:Number; [Bindable] public var calc2:Number; private function init():void { calc1 = //calculation; calc2 = //calculation; } ]]> </fx:Script> <mycomp:Ball compfield1="{calc1}" compfield2="{calc2}"/> The problem is that the mxml component is being created before the actionscript is run. So when the component is created, it actually doesn't get calc1 and calc2 and it fails from that point. I know that binding happens after that, but the component and its functions have already started and have run with the null or 0 initial values. My solution was to create the component also in actionscript right after calc1 and calc2 have been created. This way I get to control precisely when it's created <fx:Script> <![CDATA[ [Bindable] public var calc1:Number; [Bindable] public var calc2:Number; private function init():void { calc1 = //calculation; calc2 = //calculation; var Ball:Ball = new Ball(calc1, calc2); } ]]> </fx:Script> but this is creating all kinds of other problems due to the way I've set up the component. Is there a way I can still use mxml to create the component, yet control that it the <myComp:Ball> gets created only after init() is run and calc1 calc2 evaluated?

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  • application-context.xml problem for Spring ActionScript

    - by jiri
    content of The application-content.xml is <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <objects xmlns="http://www.springactionscript.org/schema/objects" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:schemaLocation="http://www.springactionscript.org/schema/objects http://www.springactionscript.org/schema/objects/spring-actionscript-objects-1.0.xsd"> <property file="strings.properties" /> <object id="string1" class="String"/> <object id="string2" class="String"/> <object id="nlslzf" class="com.sgb.model.MyClass"/> </objects> content of strings.properties is: s1=Firststring s2=Secondstring but error: Main Thread (Suspended: Error: An object definition for 'string1' was not found.) org.springextensions.actionscript.ioc.factory.support::AbstractObjectFactory/getObject SpringActionScript/test SpringActionScript/onCreationComplete SpringActionScript/___SpringActionScript_Application1_creationComplete flash.events::EventDispatcher/dispatchEventFunction [no source] mx.core::UIComponent/dispatchEvent mx.core::UIComponent/set initialized mx.managers::LayoutManager/doPhasedInstantiation Function/http://adobe.com/AS3/2006/builtin::apply [no source] mx.core::UIComponent/callLaterDispatcher2 mx.core::UIComponent/callLaterDispatcher2 mx.core::UIComponent/callLaterDispatcher i can run normal if removed the '' why it is? springactionscript bug?

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  • Pure Actionscript 3 Adobe Air Application main class constructor not being called

    - by SilverCode
    I'm writing an Air application using only Actionscript, and Flex3 SDK as the compiler. Everything compiles and runs fine under adl, but when the final air file is built and installed, the main class is never initialized. For instance: package { import flash.display.Sprite; public class main extends Sprite { public function main() { trace("Init"); } } } When run under ADL, "Init" will be output to the console, but when installed and run, nothing happens (the constructor for class main is never called).

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  • php socket servers, actionscript 3 and multiplayer

    - by numerical25
    So I am thinking about creating a multiplayer game and I was wanting to use php because I already have a php server. Is it possible to make a socket server that will be able to handle a actionscript multiplayer game. The game won't be big. so we wont need any huge amount of data pushing through. just some software that is probably reliable enough to run a multiplayer game.

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  • XML Node replacement in Actionscript 3

    - by Andreas
    Hi, A couple of days ago I asked a question about how to replace and edit values in an xml file with c#. The question got a great answer. Now I wonder how to do this in Actionscript and if there is an as simple way as in c#. The question can be found here: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2856459/advanced-replace-in-c Thanks

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  • Is ActionScript 3 used by Serious Indie Developers?

    - by Puedes
    This question is for dedicated independent game developers: My dream is to be a game developer. I am a senior in high school who has taken Computer Science for all four years. I have used Java the whole time, but last year I started using PHP and ActionScript 3 (with Flixel). I also used Game Maker for a brief period. I apologize for this, I wanted to get that out of the way and clarify the fact that I have experience of some kind with game development. I am stuck at the moment because I don't quite know what language to use to develop games at a professional level. I am seriously interested in becoming a dedicated game developer, but this issue is really bothering me. I would like to know what the best option would be for my case, based on your experiences. Any advice is appreciated. Things to consider: I am only interested in making 2D games (I am not worried about 3D support) It would be ideal to use something that can be ported to multiple platforms (so as not to run into this problem later) I can't seem to figure out what the industry likes to use So far, this is what I have: I can't decide if it would be wise to stick with ActionScript 3, or move to C++ I know Flash would be for browser games, but what if I want to make a downloadable game, like Plants Vs. Zombies or Super Crate Box? Would Flash be a smart choice for standalone games, or did they use something else? Thank you for reading this, as I would like to stop worrying about this and make some games! Also, I hope this wasn't all over the place :) tl;dr Should I move ahead with AS3 or use something else i.e. C++

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  • Socket.io v.9 with Actionscript

    - by funseiki
    I'm attempting to develop an online multiplayer game using Node.js for the server and Flash to display the client. I've been reading up a bit and have found quite a few recommendations for the socket.io library. I've also found a github project which exposes code to help facilitate communication between an Actionscript 3.0 client and a server using socket.io. The project I mentioned is a bit dated and doesn't seem to have support for the latest version of socket.io, so I was wondering if leveraging this framework (socket.io, that is) would be the most ideal way to go. I have found a simple project that uses the standard 'net' module for node.js, but because there a few options available, I'm a little lost as to which one to go with. I'm currently leaning towards just using the regular 'net' module as it is already familiar to me. Since much of the client is already coded up, I'd really like to not switch over to using the HTML5 canvas just yet (but using socket.io would make a transition in the future more friendly, I think?). Any advice/direction on this matter would be much appreciated, though I do realize that there may be no one right answer. Edit: To be more specific, are there any client-side socket.io frameworks available that allow for communication between an Actionscript 3.0 client and a socket.io server and are robust enough to support current/future versions of socket.io? If not, what are the alternatives?

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  • compiling actionscript from command line using MXMLC

    - by I. J. Kennedy
    I have a tiny actionscript "project" consisting of two files, call them foo.as and bar.as. For reasons I won't go into, I really really want to build the .SWF from the command line, without setting up a formal project of any kind. Every compiler I've ever used lets you do this, but for the life of me I can't figure out how to coerce MXMLC into compiling these two files and linking them into a SWF. Naively, I try MXMLC foo.as bar.as but I'm informed that only one source file is allowed. Ok, supposing I compiled these two files separately, how would I link them together to get the final SWF? NOTE: The only reason I have two files instead of one is the requirement of only one class per file. I tried putting both classes in one file and making one of the classes "private" or "internal" but neither of these ideas worked. I would be ecstatic to find out I can put more than one class in a file (with only one being public).

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  • How To Access Namespace Elements In MXML Using Actionscript

    - by Joshua
    In Actionscript... If I Have an XML variable that equals this: var X:XML=XML("<mx:WindowedApplication xmlns:mx="http://www.adobe.com/2006/mxml" layout="vertical" xmlns:ns1="Tools.*" minWidth="684" minHeight="484" creationComplete="Init();" xmlns:ns3="Components.*" initialize="I()"/>"); And I try to list the attributes via: var AList:XMList=X.attributes(); The three namespaces, "xmlns:mx","xmlns:ns1", and "xmlns:ns3" aren't listed among the attributes! How can I access this information programmatically?

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  • Understanding the "Instantiation" of Actionscript/Flash Objects

    - by parallax7d
    Could someone expand and clarify the different logical instantiations of objects in actionscript? So far it seems there are 3 layers of instantiations, for lack of a better term. The first one is declaring a variable/type. Next is instantiating that variable with something solid in the code, like a method or function? Is this just a way to glue things together? Then after that you instantiate it on the stage, is this something you have to do explicitly, or is it a side effect? Is this "3 layer" concept the correct way of looking at it, kind of like the MVC for flash app logic?

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  • Dynamically Casting In ActionScript

    - by Joshua
    Is there a way to cast dynamically in Actionscript? What I want to accomplish is illustrated by the following code: var Val:*; var S:String=SomeTextEdit.text; switch (DesiredTypeTextEdit.text) { case 'int':Val=int(S);break; case 'uint':Val=uint(S);break; case 'String':Val=String(S);break; case 'Number':Val=Number(S);break; ... } SomeDisplayObject[SomePropertyNameTextEdit.text]=Val; I am looking for something LIKE the following PSEUDOCODE: SomeDisplayObject[SomePropertyName]=eval(DesiredType)(SomeTextEdit.text); Yes, I already realize that "eval" is not on the table, nor is that how one would use it. What's the RIGHT way?

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  • Flash and ActionScript

    - by Sonesh Dabhi
    I am not a flash/actionscript developer and I need to achieve a very small task in flash . I need to display user audio input level in flash . I found that I can do that using action script as below . I also checked this link . I have no idea what tools I need to use and generate a swf file . Any help highly appreciated . this.mic = Microphone.getMicrophone(); this.micTimer.addEventListener(TimerEvent.TIMER,this.timerHandler); this.micTimer.start(); this.mic.setLoopBack(true); return; public function timerHandler(event:TimerEvent):void { this.micVolume.setProgress(this.mic.activityLevel,100) return; }

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