I've been working on an ActionScript project in Flex Builder
3 that I expected to have the Tween classes. Since I built the
ActionScript project in Flex 3, it seems that I'm missing some
classes that I would normally have if I was using Adobe Flash CS3
or if I had built a Flex Project in Flex 3.
I was looking for fl.transitions.Tween or mx.effects.Tween -
I'm looking at using the classes under fl.* because I can
find them inside Adobe Flash CS3. I'm trying to add a source
folder, but only my intellisense finds the classes - my builder
doesn't seem to recognize anything. I get an error saying
fl.transitions.Tween cannot be found.
How do I get Tween functionallity? Am I headed in the right
Part of the problem is that I don't have access to
mx.effects. I think this is because that example is a Flex 3
Project and has a MXML file attributed to it. I opened a Flex 3
project and was able to access mx.effects - but my project is
different in that it's an ActionScript project - meaning, I opened
an ActionScript project in Flex Builder 3. Apperantly the
ActionScript projects don't have access to mx.effects.Tween. And
niether do they have access to fl.transitions.Tween. It's strange -
and I'm trying to find a way to access them by connecting the build
path to the Tween classes somehow.
My project preferences already have the fl.* folders in the
build path. It just still doesn't seem to work.