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Subject: Re: FLASH: Flash Book?
From: Gahlord Dewald
Date: Wed, 29 Nov 2000 16:54:04 GMT

On 11/28/00 at 9:41 PM, DRMRLPLSataol [dot] com wrote:

> I know this has been brought up many times, but I missed much of it.
> What is a good book to get from Flash 4 to 5, if you already know 4 really
> well? Something with good solid action scripting. I already know Masters of
> Flash is a highly recommended book, but it seems more project oriented like
> Flash Magic, is this true?

Sorry I can't answer your first question, but Masters of Flash is project
oriented. Very good though. But not a procedural text by any means. I'd get it
anyway though if you know a little action scripting (even if you don't). But it
isn't the book you're specifically looking for.

Also, hang out on the flashcoders list.


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