Member since 02/09/2009

Name: Adrian Parr


Location: Aylesbury, UK


I am an experienced freelance multimedia professional with a strong mix of technical and managerial skills. I have more than eight years’ experience working in a busy London full-service digital media agency. I consider myself an all-round digital media expert with a focus on Adobe Flash and related technologies. I am a hard worker who is very easy to get along with.\r\n\r\nPlease visit my LinkedIn profile ( to view recommendations from previous co-workers. I have worked on interactive projects across a wide range of sectors, including education, government, television and advertising, receiving more than 20 major industry awards. I am passionate about the industry and active within the online community, and always ensure my knowledge is up-to-date.

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TimedText (TT) XML captions files can have namespaces that cause problems when parsing them in AS3. To get around this you can use this code to remove the namespace from the root XML node using Regex. This example uses
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Linebreaks differ between Flash TextField and a plain text file like Notepad. In this example we convert the html linebreaks in Flash to \r\n
0 1260 posted 12 years ago by adrianparr
This code gets the current caretIndex in the textfield and then inserts the specified string at that point. The caretIndex position is then updated using setSelection, ready for the next insertion. This was developed to be used with an on-screen keyb...
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To style the text in a TextArea component, create a TextFormat object and pass it to the TextArea's setStyle method.
0 1023 posted 14 years ago by adrianparr
Grant Skinner's RegExr: Online Regular Expression Testing Tool is very handy for checking your regular expressions.
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