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flash tween problem

     
11:08 pm on Jul 7, 2003 (gmt 0)

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I created a flash file with 5 tweens; however, the transitition between the first and second layer causes the movie clip in layer one to glitch or expand to the right, then reposition itself.

The weird thing is that the part that quickly expands is not the entire movie clip, only part of the movie clip

I hope that my problem doesn't sound to confusing: I have seen the same problem with other designer's flash files. Just wondering if any can help me fix my problem

11:26 pm on July 7, 2003 (gmt 0)

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Flash tween allows only one object at a time on the layer to be tweened. If you have a complex object, either group it in the first keyframe of the tween or split it up into layers.

Could you please expand on "the transitition between the first and second layer"?

6:36 pm on July 8, 2003 (gmt 0)

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Im curious if the image is an actual photo, and if its shifting a pixle or so?

If it is, flash player has a bug in it, but the work arounds are over here.
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And this is flash's report on the problem... (a problem they have yet to fix -- hint hint macromedia ;)
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7:18 pm on July 8, 2003 (gmt 0)

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davis-
What's worked for me has been to make all the math nice round numbers: nudge the image over to or type into the property inspector a value that is 10-based.. instead of x=283, make it x=280, etc. That also works for imported images that get just a little garbled.

Could just be my imagination. It's always playing tricks on me.

8:03 pm on July 8, 2003 (gmt 0)

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i do the same thing, but i just usually kill the decimal... flash at its best :) LOL

(when I originally found this problem, I thought my vision was going. lol ;)