All Members must Follow the Forum Rules when Posting
The rules you agree to follow when registering can be viewed here:
The owners of Flash Tutorials, flash help, action script and flash discussion reserve the right to remove, edit, move or close any content item for any reason.
All members of the moderation board hold permission to remove, edit, move or close any content item for any reason. However, all members of the moderation board must show fairness when moderating content items.
Below you will find a list of inappropriate content items. Members of the forum are prohibited from posting content in these lists. This list also applies to member signatures. If any member posts inappropriate content, their posts may be removed, and their membership revoked. If any member's signature contains inappropriate content, the member may be asked to remove the content. Failure to remove inappropriate content may result in membership revocation.
Thank you for your cooperation. These rules are a necessary to keep the Flash Advisor Forum clean.
Note: If posting links and/or attachments, you must wait for your post to be approved before it can be viewed.
Note: The list of inappropriate content items may be updated.
It is the responsibility of the forum member to check the list for updates.
List of Inappropriate Content Items
items - text that does not pertain to the topic of the post.
items - text that is unnecessary in the context of the thread.
items - links to product websites | off topic text that refers to a product | any form of advertisement.
items - links to potentially harmful websites, files, etc.
Posting inappropriate content items in black
will result in the post being removed from thread.
Posting excessive inappropriate content items in orange
may result in membership revocation.
Posting any inappropriate content items in red
will result in immediate membership revocation.
Additional Posting Guidelines
- Please, do not necromancy old threads.
- Use the Site Reviews forum to post information about software/sites and tutorials.
- Threads will be relocated as necessary.
- Please, post all similar content into one thread.
- Use the Site Reviews forum to post guides.
- State which version of Adobe Flash Pro is being used, if necessary.
- State which version of ActionScript is being used, if necessary.
- When requesting help on code, state in which object or library class the code snippet may be found, if necessary.