Great to see more and more actionscripts being made.. truely displays the power of MXM.. power the users can control.
Alphabet Soup is a an actionscript im working on to allow dynamic text editing of actionscript text elements. For the most part it is working great, just need more tweaking.
to use it. you will just have to define the values/strings/colors you want and use a callfile to include it in your script, it will pass back the editied information to your script so you can save the value to xml, manipulate some it more or whatever your plans are for the users input.
Working it without arrays to some sort of character object makes the script a little longer than i could have been.. but that isnt the problem.
the problem is.. what do we do to make callfile for support scripts foolproof? users might place the scripts in different areas on their hard drive... so how could this be fixed? maybe pull the path of the current script (not declaring it..or setting it manually, but pull the path that it is currently located in) and set that as the default path for the scripts it calls?