When we create a symbol, Flash saves it to a library. Every time we use this symbol in a movie, it's converted into an instance. Although they seem to be the same, but there is an important distinction: when using a symbol, after a movie was created, modifying it the instance will be updated, whereas the symbol will continue being intact, as it was at the moment of its creation, so then the symbol can be reuse again. Figure on the right side is an example of symbols saved in library. Every element of the library is a symbol.Figure on the right side is an example of symbols saved in library. Every element of the library is a symbol.
|Title||:||BASIC ANIMATION LEVEL 2|
|Author||:||AMC The School of Business|
|Publisher||:||Advanced Micro Systems Sdn Bhd -|