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Availability
Windows, Mac OSX, Linux

Usage
mdm.Application.Timer.onTimer{counter}

Parameters
None

Returns
Nothing

Description
This event is delivered when a Timer Interval occurs (it can be called also via assigned handler: see notes below).
Replace 'counter' with the Timer id that you specified with the Application.Timer.start() command.

mdm.Application.Timer.onTimer1
mdm.Application.Timer.onTimer2
mdm.Application.Timer.onTimer3
mdm.Application.Timer.onTimer4
mdm.Application.Timer.onTimer5
mdm.Application.Timer.onTimer6
mdm.Application.Timer.onTimer7
mdm.Application.Timer.onTimer1
mdm.Application.Timer.onTimer8
mdm.Application.Timer.onTimer9
mdm.Application.Timer.onTimer10

Notes
There are two ways to listen for events in 4.0:
#1
using "onEventNameFunction" - callback based handlers introduced in {mdm} 2.0
#2
using IEventListener model based on Events introduced in 4.0.

No matter what implementation you would use either callback and listener handler would have to use single-argument defintion as in below sample:
// callback based handlers
mdm.Appllication.onAppChangeFocus = function(event:Event):void
{
// proceed with event
};

// handlers based on IEventListener model
function onAppChangeFocusHandler(event:Event):void
{
// proceed with event
};

Example Code
mdm.Application.Timer.onTimer1 = function(event:Event):void
{
};
//
function onTimerOneHandler(event:Event):void
{
};
mdm.Application.Timer.addEventListener("onTimer1", onTimerOneHandler);
//
function onTimerTwoHandler(event:Event):void
{
};
//
mdm.Application.Timer.addEventListener("onTimer2", onTimerTwoHandler);

mdm.Application.Timer Class Example Downloads
Zinc Timer Example


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