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that's not going to be much different than a non-animated resize. instead of setting your objects' positions (and possibly their sizes) when the stage detects an onResize event, start a loop that gradually sets their positions (and possibly their sizes).
I understand what your saying but Im not a Action scripter more into the deisign side. Do you know of any sites with tutorials I can see a working demo? Thanks for the reply still.
i don't know any tutorials but if you show some code that resizes, i'll show you how to add animation to that code.
Thank you very much
I've been working on that same tutorial from the Tutorio site for a few days now and i've used your code sample from above. But for some reason my content is not loading in the center. I've made sure that all my movie_clips has a TL registration point.
I saw in the Tutorio tut that the stage size was fairly small, but I figure stage demensions doesn't matter since you positioning everything using AS.
Here's what I have
I'm using AS2, my stage size is 950x700
I have two movie clips one is my footer Nav (foot_navMC) size is 950x20
and the second is my main content (main_MC) size is 925x500
not sure if the size of my clips having something to do with it but they are not loading in the center. they are loading way off to the right of my flash movie.
here's an example of what I'm trying to do