I've been experimenting with movieclips, and to do so I've
been using movieclips compiled in flash 9 actionscript preview.
What I have is a MC that has varius elements inside that are
part of an animation (Each in its layer and with its corresponding
keyframe and tweening).
I've noticed that when I change any parameter of this
elements throught actionscript all the tweening and KeyFrame
information is lost and the element stays just there where it was
when I changed the parameter, even if it reachs another key frame
in the animation.
I thought this could be the correct behavior of MCs under
this conditions (Even though there is nothing about this on the
documentation). But when I tried this with another movieclip it
behaved diferently, the tweening was lost until the next key frame
where it resumed the animation, and in a third movieclip wich was
masked, it resumed the animation in the next frame.
Since I'm using an alpha version of flash 9 I guess this
could be a bug, but I want my program to behave correctly with MCs
compiled with the final version, so I really apretiate if anyone
could clarify the correct behavior that should have a MC element
when you change its parameters during the animation.