I have a movieclip "pano_mc" which moves around driven by
mouse movements, there is a hotspot (hs1_mc) nested within it
(which moves with the Pano_mc), I have an onPress Event on hs1_mc
which when pressed allows me to get the x and y of "pano_mc" at the
point of OnPress, I need somehow to use these x and y corodinates
to define the start point of the tween, on Pano_mc.
I can't use "this" (as mentioned in the above link) as the
event is on the hs1_mc and if I just use "_x" parameter in the
tween, it starts from where the movie is originally and not from
where it is when the onPress is actioned,where I get the cordinates
at that point.
var hotSpotTweenX:Tween = new Tween(pano_mc, "_x",
mx.transitions.easing.Elastic.easeOut, 0, "400", 3, true);
Is there a way of populating "_x" with the var newx:Number =
stagePosition.x; , which holds the exact cordinate of the pano_mc
at the time of Press....
I need to be able to use the xy coordinates of the pano_mc
captured by the onPress, to define the start point of the tween
which then tweens the movie to a predefined point... creating a
Can anybody shed some light on this... Thanks in
"_x" isn't the start value. that's the property you're
tweening. your '0' is the start value and your '400' (which really
shouldn't be in quotes) is the end value. to resolve your issue,
use a variable instead of '0'.