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Going to War: Creating Computer War Games by Jason Darby

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The Editors

The editors within MMF2 are:

  • Storyboard Editor

  • Frame Editor

  • Event Editor

  • Event List Editor

  • Picture Editor

  • Expression Evaluator

Storyboard Editor

The storyboard editor allows the programmer to see the structure of all the screens in their games; these screens are called frames in MMF2. These frames could be levels of a game, different pictures in a screensaver, or various screens within a multimedia tutorial (an example of a three-frame program can be seen in Figure 2.20). The storyboard editor allows you to visualize from above the order of frames within your program. The editor also gives you the ability to drag and drop frames into a specific order, or insert additional frames. The storyboard editor can help provide a useful insight ...

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