This movie demonstrates the use of imaging Lingo to draw a user-defined rectangular grid to the stage canvas. User-adjustable parameters include the size, color, and shape of the grid and grid cells. It also demonstrates a method that allows the current stage image to be copied to the clipboard.
This is an asteroids game by Barry Swan, written as a single Lingo behavior. What is most notable about the game is that it generates everything it needs from the behavior, so there are no resources except a single color bitmap that is updated using imaging Lingo. This is an excellent movie to study for game and graphic techniques. Thanks to Barry Swan for making it available online!
This movie demonstrates the use of horizontal and vertical sliders, controllable through a behavior. The slider behavior sends numeric data to a global variable, which can then be used to control properties such as sound volume, sprite opacity, sprite movement, etc.
File Format: Adobe Director 11.5