Unit 12 Test: Buttons

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Answer on all the questions and click on the button Correct to see the solution.
If you press Restore you can repeat the evaluation.

1. It is more complex to create a button in Flash than to create it in languages like Javascript.

a) True.

b) False.

2. It's possible to determine in what area of the button we want the actions be applicable.

a) True.

b) False.

3. The buttons can contain any other symbol within.
a) True.

b) False.

4. The timeline of a button can have only one layer and four frames.

a) True.

b) False.

5. Which of the following affirmations is false?

a) A button is able to control the reproduction of an entire movie.

b) If we don’t define the Hit in a button it will not respond before any action.

c) The buttons are the basis of Flash interactivity.

6. Which of these affirmations is true?.

a) Flash creates the buttons always replacing the button’s aspect for each of its state by a new bitmap, in contrary to what JavaScript makes. Due to this, a button created in Javascript, takes less disk space and it's loaded quicker

b) Javascript creates the buttons always replacing the button’s aspect for each of its state by a new bitmap, in contrary to what Flash makes. Due to this, a button created in Flash, takes less disk space and is loaded quicker.




   

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