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Simple accordion example in Flash 8 (Actionscript 2)

I made this really simple example of accordion usage replying to one forum question.
Nothing special to see, but good for beginners just to get simple things going and get more interested in Flash.

Beginners can play arround with symbols star,circle and square and their icons, also you can use few new AS lines to add more childes to accordition. Create new symbols for new childes, give them proper names and don’t forget to put export for AS and export in first frame in properties of movieclip (right click on symbol in library and choose Properties option) … Also don’t forget to use help on any topic in Flash, even if you think you know it good there are lot of usefull information and you can find some methods that are really interesting.

http://www.hagane.us/as/accordion/accordion.swf
http://www.hagane.us/as/accordion/accordion.fla

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25 thoughts on “Simple accordion example in Flash 8 (Actionscript 2)

  1. Susan says:

    Thank you for this!! I am a Flash newbie and have been searching for information about the accordion component for hours over the past few days. This is the first item of real help.

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  4. ffasfsa says:

    It is a nice tutorial 🙂
    But I’ve got a little problem , where is the source of the component Accordion 🙂

  5. Kim Kilman says:

    This is great, but I still cannot seem to make it work for me in my movie. Seems really simple so I must be missing something. This post was years ago but I’m years behind, so any help would be appreciated.

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