How to send parameters mobile application to animate

Explorer ,
Nov 08, 2020 Nov 08, 2020

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Hi,

I created an animation consisting of a balance board for a mobile app I wrote. The animation contains 2 ^ 20 possibilities. That's why I created my animation using ActionScript. There are two contestants in the application. If the 1st competitor knows the question, the side of the 2nd competitor will act. If the 2nd competitor knows the question, the side of the 1st competitor will act. The side that reaches the ground will lose the game. For this, I created an animation with animate. But the problem is that I don't know how to send the necessary parameters to my animation from my mobile app. If you can help me I would be very happy.

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Nov 08, 2020 Nov 08, 2020

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haven't  you already started a thread related to this topic?

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Nov 09, 2020 Nov 09, 2020

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Hi,
I haven't asked a question like this in my past questions. If you examine my question titles, you will be sure too.
Note: My last question is about creating package regardless of this. Software communication, package, apk mean different things.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Nov 10, 2020 Nov 10, 2020

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it just seemed unusual to me that there would be two unrelated posts referencing "a balance board" and "2^20 possibilities". here's the other post that i was referencing:

 

https://community.adobe.com/t5/animate/create-animation-for-2-20-posibilities/m-p/11537603?page=1#M3...

 

in any case, if that's not your post or if in your view they're unrelated, that's fine. (and good luck with your project.)

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Nov 10, 2020 Nov 10, 2020

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I have to explain the problem I am asking. And thank you for seeing a question I asked before and helping. However, this does not mean that every question I ask will be seen by everyone. Therefore, it would be meaningless not to explain the subject anywhere again and hope that everyone will see the first question I just told.
And I didn't know it was unusual to ask multiple questions over the same project. After all, the goal is to learn something. When I ask two things I don't know on a topic, I don't feel like I have asked this before. Because although the issue is the same, the problems are different.
Thank you for your help so far. And thank you for leaving a reference. Readers will understand that the questions are independent from each other.
Good work.

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And if I explain my two different problems in a single post because they are in the same project 1-) How will people be sure that they ask a similar question? 2-) Which of the two correct answers given to my questions on two unrelated topics will be marked?
Thanks for your comments.

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