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In your compositionReady events, use the following code:
Change myPng to the name of the object you want to click through. (Note: this'll work in IE11, but not IE9 or 10)
I fear that the constraint is rectangular mask : http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1285275?tstart=0
If you accept the pink area to be a rectangle : convert it to a symbol, setting its overflow property to hidden.
If you then move the wave animation inside that new symbol, you have the effect of the animation being clipped by the rectangle.
But sadly, this only works for a rectangle.
Thanks for your response. I thought it might be limited to rectangles. I really need the curved bottom edges. Looking at html 5 and css3 I think I should be able to create a rounded corner mask, so will have to go down this path.
In HTML5 canvas, you can use a clip() function. Combined with
arc(float x, float y, float radius, float startAngle, float endAngle, boolean anticlockwise)
you can build a circular clipping region instead of a rectangular one.
But I don't even know if there is a way for free-form clipping. In this area, it seems that Flash remains ahead of
try to use this
if this dosen't work try to do this
ah sorrry for that , i answred the false question