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put items in correct boxes code for flash

put items in correct boxes code for flash

put items in correct boxes code for flash

I used flash many years ago, when it was something called macromedia flash 8 and then cs version 1, 2 etc. I have CS5 installed but have forgotten how to code a lot of the stuff and also have not used AS3 for a long time.
I want to code a scenario where the user moves different objects over boxes and gives some feedback. For example: Newspaper, cardboard etc. in blue box or blue wheelie bin
Food waste in brown box or wheelie bin
General refuse in grey or black box or wheelie bin
bottles in green box/wheelie bin
An extension could be a score every time this is completed.
Any tutorials focusing on what i want to achieve would be appreciated.

Thank you

RE: put items in correct boxes code for flash

I am learning some AS3 code
and I was experimenting with button code I have attached the code, not relevant to what i want to do, but i have to start somewhere. I need some help with code for mouse movement where an object (plastic bottle) is dropped into a box.

Thank you for any help or guidance like YouTube videos (seems to be where i am doing most of my learning nowadays.

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