1 Reply Latest reply on Jul 2, 2006 7:05 PM by Newsgroup_User

    Do I use Interval code to make this happen

    demetriusmcclain
      I want the following example to animate one panel after another. First you need to know that the animation was created with actionscript. I say this because each panel is on a different layer and the actionscript is on the first frame of each movieclip and not on an actions layer. Also when I try to add more than one frame for any of the movieclips the animation goes bananas.

      ("mx.transitions.TransitionManager.start(img1_mc, {type:mx.transitions.Zoom, direction:mx.transitions.Transition.IN, duration:2, easing:mx.transitions.easing.Elastic.easeOut});")

      the above code is the actionscript that triggers the animation. The following link shows the actionscript at work.

      http://img191.imageshack.us/my.php?image=ccbackupsite2jr.swf

      I hope someone can help me with my dilemma.
        • 1. Re: Do I use Interval code to make this happen
          Level 7
          Play the first frame of the MovieClips once.

          Either have the content on a second frame with a stop or if you have many
          frames to play, have the stop on the last frame or if you need to repeat
          frames, on the last frame gotoAndPlay(2);

          --
          Lon Hosford
          www.lonhosford.com
          Flash, Actionscript and Flash Media Server examples:
          http://flashexamples.hosfordusa.com
          May many happy bits flow your way!
          "wynterain" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
          news:e89fgi$7vb$1@forums.macromedia.com...
          >I want the following example to animate one panel after another. First you
          >need
          > to know that the animation was created with actionscript. I say this
          > because
          > each panel is on a different layer and the actionscript is on the first
          > frame
          > of each movieclip and not on an actions layer. Also when I try to add
          > more
          > than one frame for any of the movieclips the animation goes bananas.
          >
          > ("mx.transitions.TransitionManager.start(img1_mc,
          > {type:mx.transitions.Zoom,
          > direction:mx.transitions.Transition.IN, duration:2,
          > easing:mx.transitions.easing.Elastic.easeOut});")
          >
          > the above code is the actionscript that triggers the animation. The
          > following
          > link shows the actionscript at work.
          >
          > http://img191.imageshack.us/my.php?image=ccbackupsite2jr.swf
          >
          > I hope someone can help me with my dilemma.
          >