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What are the valid actions?

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I want to move to a specific scene in 30 seconds.

 

What are the valid actions?

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Correct answer by Colin Holgate | Adobe Community Professional

As you have said "scene", does that mean you're using ActionScript 3?

 

There is a way that works in AS3 and in JavaScript, which is setTimeOut(). In both cases it would be on the lines of:

 

setTimeOut(goThatScene,30000);

function goThatScene(){

//whatever it takes to go to that scene

}

 

This is email code, you could look up the function to understand the parameters better.

 

In AS3 there are timer events that would be another way to do it.

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What are the valid actions?

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I want to move to a specific scene in 30 seconds.

 

What are the valid actions?

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Correct answer by Colin Holgate | Adobe Community Professional

As you have said "scene", does that mean you're using ActionScript 3?

 

There is a way that works in AS3 and in JavaScript, which is setTimeOut(). In both cases it would be on the lines of:

 

setTimeOut(goThatScene,30000);

function goThatScene(){

//whatever it takes to go to that scene

}

 

This is email code, you could look up the function to understand the parameters better.

 

In AS3 there are timer events that would be another way to do it.

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As you have said "scene", does that mean you're using ActionScript 3?

 

There is a way that works in AS3 and in JavaScript, which is setTimeOut(). In both cases it would be on the lines of:

 

setTimeOut(goThatScene,30000);

function goThatScene(){

//whatever it takes to go to that scene

}

 

This is email code, you could look up the function to understand the parameters better.

 

In AS3 there are timer events that would be another way to do it.

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