Written by Ken Loge
Behaviors are one of the best features of Adobe Director. Using one or more behaviors you can quickly bring an idea to life and easily update or modify the way a Director movie functions or operates. A behavior is a Lingo script that is designed to be easily applied to the sprites and frames in a movie. Once a behavior is written, it can be attached to objects in a movie by dragging and dropping the behavior onto a sprite or frame script channel. Director comes with dozens of pre-built behaviors, but in this lesson we'll build a custom behavior from scratch.