Adobe Director behaviors as plain text, so they can be easily copied. Examples of Adobe Director movies that incorporate these behaviors can be found in the Director Movies category.
This behavior makes it easy to create a basic flipbook animation using a series of contiguous cast members. Features of the behavior include: paused or unpaused playback, variable playback speed, looped playback, palindrome playback, and a toggle for remote animation playback.
This behavior makes a sprite move clockwise around the perimeter of a rectangle. If you use a vector shape as the rectangle it's easy to change its dimensions and color.
These functions return the width or height of the stage. To get the width of the stage, for example, you would call getStageWidth() and use the value returned. These functions can be used in a behavior or movie script.
This is a function that calculates the absolute distance between any two points on the screen. By calling this function with sprite locations, for example, this can be very useful for a variety of games and effects.