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i had this problem not long a go
hopefully this will help
make sure each different element is on a different layer
if you have two different things it wont work
also the elements sometimes have to be broken apart and don't include the last keyFrame in the selection to be given the tween or it won't work either
i find selecting the frames and then applying the tween by going to the properties panel and changing the Tween to motion easier
it takes a while to get used to it and it can be frustrating if it doesn't work
you can use both but actionScript is probably easier
either leave them as moveClips and add and onPress event in the actionscipt of the frame(important!)
or make them buttons and put the animation on the down part
hopefully this will help you
Thanks alot. I'm still working on the first part here and your advice really did the trick for my tween problem. Also I found I needed to add Guide Layers for each wedge in the donut as well or the animation goes all wonky on me.
hi there - it's far easier to achieve what you're trying to do here with a little code than by using the timeline. I've construct a basic example for you to demonstrate how this can be achieved without a single item on the Stage. You will find the fla and swf HERE
clbeech - I am reviewing your code right now. Thank you very much. This looks great.
you're welcome - drop by the Flashgods chat if you have question or want to learn more about what i did there.