Every effect presented in the second part of this book so far has been completely independent of decisions made and actions taken by the user. That was very selfish of me. Of course, the end result was always intended to benefit the user, whether it was producing a smaller file size or creating a better overall visual appeal and experience, but one element that was missing is one of the greatest arguments for delivering your applications in Flash in the first place, as opposed to making a static movie that a user could download and enjoy, and that is the ability to interact with and have the application respond to user input.
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