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  1. Hello, I would like to make some tweens with movieclips, but these movie clips change from a var . I made this code : activite = function() { // function that determines the movieclips concerned by the tween var clipactif:MovieClip = this["clip_"+actif]; var imagegauche:MovieClip = this["image_"+synopsis+"_gauche"]; var imagedroite:MovieClip = this["image_"+synopsis+"_droite"]; }; bouton_rubrique2.onRelease = function() { activite(); TweenLite.to(clipactif,1,{autoAlpha:0}); // the movieclips determined with activite() disappear TweenLite.to(imagegauche,1,{_x:-460}); clip_rubrique2._x = 38; TweenLite.to(clip_rubrique2,1,{autoAlpha:100}); // the new movieclips appear TweenLite.to(image_rubrique2_droite,1,{_x:1000}); } You would help me very much ! Thanks in advance,
  2. Thank you ! that was it ! in fact i had to write _parent._parent .
  3. thank you for your answer, but im afraid it works even worse... with my code, it traced clipactif as "clipPEDAtele", what i wanted, but now with this code it says undefined... I think the non-working line is : TweenLite.to(clipactif, 2, {autoAlpha:0}); Written like this, will it recognize it has to replace the var clipactif by its value ? It seems not to... is there another way to write it ? Thanks again
  4. Hello, I would like to make a tween with a dynamic name of movie clip, but i dont know well how to call that name of clip : var actif:String = "PEDApres"; teleactif = function() { actif = "PEDAtele"; } clipPEDAmenu.boutonPEDAtele.onRelease = function() { var clipactif:String = "clip".concat(actif); trace(clipactif); TweenLite.to(clipactif, 2, {autoAlpha:0}); TweenLite.to(clipPEDAtele,2 , {autoAlpha:100, delay:1, onStart:teleactif }); } The name of the movieclip is created, and traced, but the Tween with clipactif doesnt work (the second one with clipPEDAtele does). How can i write that ? Does it need a $ or something ? Thanks !
  5. Thank you very much, that was the problem !
  6. Thanks. i put the import statement above all, and quited the first import statement and nothing changes... im sure my button works because it traces "release"... should i write the import statement in a distinct layer or in a special place ?
  7. Hi, im a total beginner in tweening and in importing classes... i followed the instructions given on the website but it doesnt work and i dont know why. Here is what i wrote, in ActionScript2 stop(); import com.greensock.TweenLite; import com.greensock.*; import com.greensock.easing.*; bentrer1.onRelease = function() { trace("release"); TweenLite.to(haut1, 5, {x:100, y:200, alpha:0}); TweenLite.to(bentrer1, 3, {x:1020, y:437.1, alpha:0}); TweenLite.to(bentrer2, 3, {x:1020, y:479.1, alpha:0}); TweenLite.to(bentrer3, 3, {x:1020, y:521.1, alpha:0}); } haut1 is a movieclip, bentrer1, 2 and 3 are buttons, and noting happens at all. I wrote that code in my main scene. Does anyone can help ? Thanks!