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well this is pretty ugly but ... lol...
wow! its not ugly, good to have it most simple in the beginning to understand.
thank you so much!
when i want to use a symbol (circle) out of my library, i give it a link name and put it how exactly in the this.linestyle... line?
well attaching an object along a path of this type is going to be a bit different, and you can't use a symbol within the drawing API parameters. now that being said - you can find the sin wave position plot and then use those coordinates to attach a movieclip from the Lib without drawing a 'line'.
here's an quick example I've constructed for you: HERE
Not sure if this is useful but this is portion of something I did a few years ago when I needed to simulate an oscilloscope. I sed it for adding in harmonic distortion (which I removed here for simplicity).
thank you so much for your reply bouth of you!
i've nticed that i made not exactly clear what i finally want to programm, so i put my primitive version <a href=" http://www.galerie-gebr-lehmann.de/x_temp/pointwave.fla">HERE </a>
would be very nice if you could help me.
geez! rlc you writin' a book LOL!! ;)
well - this seems to be pretty close - paste this in the first frame, with a MC in the Lib with the registration point in the center - add the Linkage name of the clip to the var indicated as a string. this example is set up to be pretty close to your needs at these increments with a starting circle instance at 10px dia - but play with them a bit - you can make several interesting changes to the frequency and amplitude (and it's really nice with a 'tall' oval instance ;)
thank you!!! thats perfect! i wish i could program like that...