The Even Numbered Action Statements (Countdown To Showtime - Flash Tutorial) - Page 4 -
will use "Action Statements" to control exactly when each of the countdown
frames are displayed. Our first countdown frame is located in frame number
the layer containing your Load Bar graphics, (even numbered
frames), we will be creating action statements to tell the movie when
display the next frame.
first Action Statement will be created in frame 2, telling the computer
that after frame 134 has been loaded, display frame 4, (10% loaded)...
the "Frame Properties" box pops up, select the "Actions" tab.
the + sign.
the command "If Frame is Loaded  "
the right, make sure the "Number" radio button is toggled.
in the number 134, (10% location), in the box to the right
the + sign again.
Select the command "Go To"
At the bottom of the Frame Properties box, check the "Control: Go to
and Play" box. If the box is not checked, it will go to the frame and
the box to the right of the "Number" radio button, type the very next
frame in the countdown section. In this example, you would enter frame
to the next even frame, (4) and repeat the process. As our movie will
be 20% downloaded by frame 146, you would tell it "If Frame is Loaded
" … "Go to and Play ", etc., until you have completed your way
through 100% download.
You may find it easier to insert all of the first action statements,
(i.e. If frame is Loaded ) etc., into the frames first. Then
you can go
back though and create the next action statement in each,
Go to and Play ) etc. Continue…
in even frames through frame 22.