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Sas Jacobs is an Australian web developer specialising in web applications  training and Develop ment. She interested in using Flash with dynamic content and She have presented at a numerous International conferences relating to applications development,  XML and  scripting components. She edited the book (Flash MX 2004 Accelerated) as well as books on adobe  Photoshop and  Illustrator. She have a nice flash business web site at http://www and a personal web site at
Mark Galer is  a seniorr  lecturer in Digital Imaging i photography at the Royal Melbourne Institute of University on the BA Photography program ,, and has published six titles for the International publisher (Focal Press) - -  ranging from location photography through to Photoshop skills and . Digital Imaging . He has a good commercial background in editoria; photography and is currently  contributor to magazines in the  Australia USA, and the UK. He is an Adobe beta tester for Photoshop and Photoshop Elements, he is  considered as one of the leading lecturer in Photoshop training and has been appointed as an Ambassador for Photoshop training in Australia.


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Dynamic Button:
In This Tutorial  will show you how to create a Nice dynamic button using swishmax  :



STEP 1 :
Create anew project and drawa circle and then fill it with 2 linear gradient colors:
Then Draw a rectangle over the circle and give it a white color with 30% Alpha:

Select 2 shapes and right click on them and then choose grouping >> Group as Sprite To group them into one sprite and then name this sprite father.
Then Select the  rectangle and then right click on it and choose Grouping >> group into sprite and name this sprit  rect.
Copy the circle and then past the copied on the original perfectly and to do that you can use ""past in place"".

STEP 3: 
Select the rect sprite and drage it outside the circle as you will see in the following image:
Select the motion path tool and then move the rect sprite over the circle  from the left side of the circle to the right side and do that again from the left to the right .
Go to the timeline panel and right click at the first frame in the father sprite and choose movie Control >> Stop( ) And then drag the move effect of the rect sprite to become on the second frame like what you see in the   image:

Select circle and then go to
the script editor    and then choose the add script button and choose Events >>Button  >> on (rollOver)
And again from the add script menu choose
 movie control >>Play ( )
you will get the desired result and you can change the speed as you like
The End   
              Dr Smith
















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