Why a circle I drew on the stage, given a speed rotates perfectly and when I import a picture , and make it rotate, it doesn't behave the same way and rotates in a small circle instead of behaving like the circle I drew ? I used the same code for both. Please help explain, be charitable. here are the links
I am sure you are both right; but for the past hour or so, I tried everything, tried all the registration points, tried to put my picture into another movieclip( a circle that I drew and know it will behave correctely. trying to cheat.) but no result. I dont know anymore. Looks like I am to keep the circle I drew, although it is not as nice as the image I imported. Thank you anyway, but I'll keep working on it.
It's always possible the wheel image is not a true circle, and the way it has shading as though a light source is to on side of it will also not be much of a help as the shading spins around (should stay motionless relative to the light source). The registration marks would need to be located at the dead-ceneter center nub of the wheel, which you should be able to get fairly close to if you zoom in. If things still look wobbly then the image is probably just not a true circle.
I thought about again, very hard and I said to myself, go back to photoshop and see if the image was well centered, and you know what ? It was not, so I made sure it was centered and went back to flash and tried again with the new picture. Et voila mes amis.
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