Adobe Flash

Add an error message

You'll add a message to display if the user clicks the Submit button before entering data.

1.
In the Timeline, with the Branding layer selected, click Insert Layer and name the layer Dialog Boxes.

2.
Select Frame 5 of the Dialog Boxes layer.

Right-click (Windows) or Control-click (Macintosh) the selected layer and select Insert Blank Keyframe from the context menu.

3.
From the Library panel, drag the Dialog Box-error movie clip to the center of the Stage.

4.
In the Timeline, select Frame 5 of the Buttons layer.

5.
Drag the Try Again Button symbol from the Library panel to the Stage, placing the button below the error message text.

6.
With the button still selected, in the Property inspector, enter tryAgain_btn in the Instance Name text box.

Add a confirmation message

Next, you'll add a message to display when the user submits an entry in the text field.

1.
In the Dialog Boxes layer, select Frame 10.

Right-click (Windows) or Control-click (Macintosh) the selected frame and select Insert Blank Keyframe from the context menu.

2.
From the Library panel, drag the Dialog Box-confirm movie clip to the center of the Stage.

3.
Close the Library panel.

by BrainBellupdated
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