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BernalCarlos

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  1. Yes, what I want to do is mask the image with the dimensions the user gives to it using the TransformManager, and if the user wants to, blow up the inside. I'm doing an application similar to mixbook.com. Here are some images of what I mean: http://www.flickr.com/photos/90499524@N07/8220728869/in/photostream http://www.flickr.com/photos/90499524@N07/8220729061/in/photostream
  2. Hello, I have to say that the transform manager is wonderful plugin that meets my expectations and needs except for one thing. In my application people will be given the ability to move, scale and rotate images, but they should also be able to zoom in or out the images without affecting the width and height of the selected item. Also, I need to store this information in a database. How can I do this with the Transform Manager? Thank you.
  3. Hello, I added a TransfromEvent.MOVE Listener to the TransformManager, and i need to know the moviclip that was affected. I cant seem to find a way to do this. Tank you in advance.
  4. This is also happenning with the example in http://www.greensock...formmanageras3/, and only happens in Firefox. However its happening all the time. Using the transform tool looks clumsy and slow. My firefox version is 15.0.1, and flash version is 14.4.402 I was about to buy this tool but now i dont know, this firefox problem makes me wonder. Is there something that can be donde about it?
  5. Hello, First of all, i what to say that i know that LoaderMax ins't a uploading library. But maybe it can help. What i want to do, is to display a preview of an image before/during upload. When i saw the LoaderMax demo, i notice that preview thumbnails are loaded before loading the full size pictures. Mixbook is a photobook making site, and the are able to do just that. Is there a way to accomplish this with LoaderMax? Thank you in advance.
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