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How to change flip to mouseover effect

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I'm still very new to flash and greensock. I came across this 3d flip effect with front content and back content.


What I wish to achieve is: 

(1) few images with contents at the back 

(2) mouseover effect rather than clicking to flip the object/image

(3) object will flip back to the original state on mouse leave rather than sticking with back content.


AND I have tried creating the 2nd object/image, but whenever I click on any of the object, they got affected and flipped together.


Truly have no idea how to edit and fix it.


Your helps are much appreciated!!

import com.greensock.TimelineLite;
import com.greensock.TweenLite;
import com.greensock.easing.*;
flip1.z = 30;
flip1.getChildAt(0).visible = false;
flip1.getChildAt(0).rotationY = 180;
flip2.z = 30;
flip2.getChildAt(0).visible = false;
flip2.getChildAt(0).rotationY = 180;
function cardDown(e){
function flipSelf(self){
var toRot;
if(self.rotationY > 89){
toRot = 0;
toRot = 180;
var timeline = new TimelineLite();
timeline.insert(TweenLite.to(self,0.5,{z:30,ease:Back.easeOut }));
timeline.insert(TweenLite.to(self,1.5,{rotationY:toRot,ease:Strong.easeInOut,onUpdate:setFlipSide, onUpdateParams:[self] }));
timeline.insert(TweenLite.to(self,0.5,{z:30,ease:Back.easeIn }),0.75);
function setFlipSide(self){
if(self.rotationY > 89){
flip1.getChildAt(1).visible = false;
flip1.getChildAt(0).visible = true;
flip1.getChildAt(0).visible = false;
flip1.getChildAt(1).visible = true;
if(self.rotationY > 89){
flip2.getChildAt(1).visible = false;
flip2.getChildAt(0).visible = true;
flip2.getChildAt(0).visible = false;
flip2.getChildAt(1).visible = true;
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Hi and welcome to the GreenSock forums,


Our Flash / ActionScript support is extremely limited these days. We mainly focus on addressing bugs if they come up (we don't know of any right now). We just don't have the resources to help a lot with elaborate effects and such.


This tutorial has some source files you can use: http://www.snorkl.tv/2010/12/easy-breezy-3d-card-flip-effect-with-flash-as3-and-our-good-buddy-timelinemax/

The syntax is a little out-dated but will probably still work. It's a decent starting point.

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