KoolMoves : Reserved Words in Arguments

Some names that SWF Studio uses for arguments in the ActionScript API cause problems in KoolMoves because they are flagged as reserved words.

SWF Studio now creates aliases for every argument in the ActionScript API. If you find an argument that KoolMoves won't let you spefify because it is a reserved name (like event) then instead of ssCore.WMAudio.setNotify({event:"onComplete"}, {callback:onComplete}) you can use ssCore.WMAudio.setNotify({$event:"onComplete"}, {callback:onComplete}). The only difference is the $ prefix before the argument name.

You only need to use a $ when the argument name of an ActionScript API call is also considered a reserved word by KoolMoves.