I am just beginning with Flash. I will undoubtedly have more questions in the near future. Right now, though, I have a very simple webpage that I want to have a very simple, respectively, flash object. It is a jpeg banner that I want to have text come in from both sides at different times and then stay put...
I got the text timing and end locations where but the text disapperars after the tween. Maybe I went about it the wrong way, but what I have tried so far is:
Making a new layer and creating a text field and trying to position it in the same spot on the next frame and tried it on the last frame of the tween( two different tries). When I try to change the location and size of the text box (so that it theoretically is in the same spot) the changes wont stick.. Is that supposed to happen.
So how to I get it to look like the text tweened to the spot I wanted it to and then stay there?
Your description of what you did isn't clear enough for me to imagine it. To tween text in you have it at a starting frame, then tween it to a final frame, and to make it stay beyond that you extend the final frame as far as needed to reach the end of the timeline (just add a frame at the end on that layer... not a keyframe)
Thank you so much that was very good....
Even though I didnt explain very well, you still gave great advice thanks..
I will marked this as answered and start a new one for a different question
create a new frame after the frame that contains the tween.