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Re: [Swftools-common] Newbie looking for .sc file language reference.

From: Chris Pugh
Subject: Re: [Swftools-common] Newbie looking for .sc file language reference.
Date: Tue, 6 Jan 2009 00:01:04 +0000

>2009/1/5 Bill Gray <address@hidden>:
> Sorry if this is a repeat...
> Hi,
> I'm a total newbie.  I'm trying to make a simple flash
> slide show using jpegs and swfc.  I'd also like to add some sound.  The
> swfc manual is a great starting point, but I am unable to figure out what 
> language
> ".sc" files are written in.

As I understand it, .sc is not a 'language' per se Bill.  Simply
formatted script files that can
be interpreted and then compiled into SWFs.   .sc as you may have
worked out,  has the
capability to contain and compile Action Script,


besides doing it's own thing, so many of the commands listed there, work.

> Is there a reference for this language that is freely available?  A
> tutorial even?  It would seem that there is a whole lot more to the
> language that what is demonstrated in the swfc manual.

Unless anyone knows otherwise ( Mattias? ), as far as I am aware, all very much
wysiwyg and witoyo.  Why not look at the examples linked from the main site,


this list, and elsewhere,  for inspiration?

There is a ('n outdated ) file format specification contained in the
doc folder of the distribution.  I've posted the contents on the wiki,


in case you haven't read it.


Perhaps some of us should get together and create such a beast as you
are after,  using the new wiki itself?



> Thanks so much.
> Bill

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