[osflash] Shape Tween (OT)
tom.rhodes at gmail.com
Tue Nov 10 06:56:25 PST 2009
i think we may be moving away from the subject of open source flash here :)
dude, if you want a movie clip with a tween in, press ctrl+F8 to make a new
movieclip, do whatever you like on that timeline and it will be inside your
i would suggest, seeing as you are using the IDE to go through all the steps
here and you will understand a bit more...
2009/11/10 beno - <flashmebaby at gmail.com>
> On Mon, Nov 9, 2009 at 9:44 PM, Kamaleshwar Morjal <
> kamaleshwar.morjal at gmail.com> wrote:
>> beno - wrote:
>>> Here's what I do:
>>> I copy the tween.
>>> I create a new layer.
>>> I create a mc on the first (key)frame of the new layer. That opens a new
>>> layer in the mc.
>>> I paste with right click. The movie plays fine in the newly opened layer
>>> in the mc.
>>> I click "scene" to return.
>>> I hit "enter" to play from the first frame and nothing happens.
>>> I open the library and drag a copy of the new mc to the stage, then hit
>>> enter and nothing happens.
>>> Please advise.
>> What happens when you hit "control + enter" in this case ? (i.e. Publish
>> or test movie ?)
>> AFAIK, a movie clip with, say, 5 frames on its timeline sits on its parent
>> timeline, the IDE will not play the animation on hitting Enter key (when
>> you are on the parent timeline!); it will just show you the first frame (for
>> a movie clip symbol).
>> Try converting the mc into a graphic symbol on stage ("behavior:" in
>> properties panel) and hit enter to view the animation within IDE on the
>> parent timeline (graphic symbols play animation on scrubbing in sync with
>> parent timeline; provided you have sufficient frames on the parent timeline)
> It doesn't look like behavior is supported by AS3.
> I've written out below a stripped-down simplified version of what I'm
> trying to achieve:
> 1) On first layer in timeline, in frame 1, draw rectangle with rectangle
> 2) On frame 10 in first layer, draw oval with oval tool.
> 3) Right click any frame in between and select "shape tween."
> 4) Select all frames, right click and "copy".
> 5) Click eye in only layer so that it doesn't show up.
> 6) Create new layer, click first frame, ctr-F8 and select "Movie Clip".
> 7) Right click first frame in newly created layer and paste. Shape tween is
> in newly created layer within the movie.
> 8) Click "Scene 1".
> 9) Go to play and nothing is there.
> 10) Create another layer and in the first frame drag and drop the mc from
> the library.
> 11) Go to play and only the first frame of the mc appears and in every
> frame of the movie.
> What am I missing? How do I capture the *whole tween* in the mc?
> PS Is this as2 code? "Mouse.addListener(mouseListener);"
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