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Subject: RE: FLASH:scripting movement?
From: Bill Gunter
Date: Thu, 21 Dec 2000 15:47:52 GMT

Hello everyone,

I consider myself to be a pretty good flash designer and animator but lately
I have been trying to delve into the scary world of action scripting, as it
is necessary to make things work the way I need them to. My question is, is
there an effective way to replace some basic tweening with action scripting?
I have noticed that most movement that has been scripted moves very smoothly
and saves a conciderable amount of file size. If so could you please give me
some examples of scripts for something like rotating an object at a certain
speed or adding a random alpha tween between 10% and 90%, something I can
work with to better understand scripting. It is critical that I learn this
and I appreciate any help that you all can give.

Thanks in advance,
iStream Interactive

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