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  1. Ok I made a new video to show you all the steps to reproduce the bug. Note that I realized the demo here : http://www.greensock.com/as/swf/TransformManagerAS3_Demo.swf You can watch the video here : http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2898683/2011-04-07%20transform_manager_as3_incorrect_bounds_1.avi You can see at this time (~35s) that I try to rotate the image at a small angle (Maybe between 0 and 2°) and finally stretch it to its maximum. When resizing it, the bounds are incorrect!
  2. Thanks for your help! I can also look in that direction. But when I try the online sample, I can reproduce the bug without modifying the transform manager library...
  3. Flex Transform Manager version = 1.943 I made a simple transform manager (300px*300px) that contains a text element. I want this text to be movable/stretchable inside a smaller area than the transform manager : I want to let a 10 pixels distance from the border of the tranform manager. To make it possible, I changed the bounds property of the transform item associated to the text element by reducing it from 10 pixels. When I move the text element inside the transform manager, everything works fine, the new bounds are well applied, but when I stretch the text element to one of the transform manager corner, the bounds are no longer applied. Here is a sample application that reproduces the awaited behavior : <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> xmlns:transform="com.greensock.transform.*" layout="absolute" creationComplete="addTextBounded()"> x="100" y="100" width="300" height="300" backgroundColor="#93A3FF" lineColor="#FF5F00" lineThickness="2" />
  4. I'm using : - Flash player debug (version 10,2,152,32) and Firefox browser (version 3.6.16) - Flash player standalone (version 10,1,103,19) and Chrome browser (version 7.0.517.44) - Windows XP SP3 I reproduced the bug on my current version of FTM (version 1.911) and on your demo swf (I dont't know what version of FTM is here http://www.greensock.com/as/swf/TransformManagerAS3_Demo.swf ?). The bug occured often when stretching the image at its maximum and when its rotation angle is small... I'll try this week to make a sample AS3 application to determine these steps.
  5. Ok I just made you a video screen capture of the issue! You can watch it here : http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2898683/transform_manager_as3_incorrect_bounds_1.avi Please note that I made a mistake at the step 3 : the angle is not exactly 0° but has to be very close of 0°... Thank you.
  6. Hello, I just found a bug that looks like this one : viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1466 Here are the steps to reproduce it! Step 1 : Go to http://www.greensock.com/as/swf/Transfo ... 3_Demo.swf Step 2 : Select the blue earth image Step 3 : Rotate the blue earth image to an angle of 0° Step 4 : Move the blue earth image at the bottom right corner of the transform area Step 5 : Stretch the blue earth image on the entire transform area, be careful to stretch it at the maximum Step 6 : Click outside the transform area to deselect the blue earth image Step 7 : Click on the bottom left corner of the blue earth image and reduce it --> You can see that the blue border around the blue earth image is not situated entirely over the image Step 8 : --> Sometimes the blue border is not at all above the image !!! If the step 7 does not work, try again by the step 5 : the bug is hard to reproduce but exists !!!