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  1. Thank you very much, I understand. This helped me a lot. Max
  2. Sorry I forgot the fla file last time. This line works when the movieclip is dropped from the library. TweenMax.to(mc_Africa1, 1, { scaleX:-1}); This line doesn't work after a resize of the movieclip. You can see the effect in the attached fla file. Max Pixel shift on scaleX after resize.zip
  3. Hi Jack, thanks for the reply. scaleX= -1 works for me since this a 2D clip so no problem. TweenMax.to(mc_Africa1, 1, { scaleX:-1}); BUT now I ran into something I thought is not relevant for 2D. When I resize the movieclips manually (height and width) and do a scaleX-1 the image is destorted, that is the perspective projection is wrong. I thought this is only an issue when applying a rotationY on a 3D object. I studied your answer to the question by CptEO: 'Simple rotationY 90 gives unexpected result' but I think in my case this is not relevant since I am using scaleX now. I attached this little four-liner fla to demonstrate the issue. Do you have any idea? Thanks for any hint. Max
  4. Hi, I found a solution in this forum to this problem - unfortunately it doesn't work for me. I do a rotationY by 180 degrees. So after the tween the image is flipped and you are suposed to see the backside - but then the image is blury. So I applied the solution I found here (deBlur) but then the image flips back to the frontside. I appreciate any hint. Max TweenLite.to(Africa1, .8,{ alpha: 1, rotationY : Africa1.rotationY -180,onComplete: deBlur, onCompleteParams: [Africa1], delay: .3 } ); } //kill matrix3D and reset x and y function deBlur( Africa1:MovieClip ): void { var currentX = Africa1.x; var currentY = Africa1.y; Africa1.transform.matrix3D = null; Africa1.x = currentX; Africa1.y = currentY; }
  5. Thanks a lot. This was definitely a beginners mistake. max
  6. Hello, although I am new to TweenMax I am feeling quite comfortable with it - except: I am applying a transformMatrix on a custom class movieclip (circleCountry) that throws the error: The class hierachy is: Country extends Movieclip Circle extends Country circleCountry is an instance of Circle Confusing for me is that applying the dropShadowFilter on circleCountry works ( see last line). Why not the transformMatrix ? Did I miss some OOP issue? I am thankful for any help. Max import com.greensock.TweenMax; import com.greensock.easing.*; import com.greensock.TweenLite; import com.greensock.plugins.*; var circleCountry:Circle = new Circle(133, 0, 0, "Kreis", 0, 0); circleCountry.name = "Circle"; circleCountry.x = -200; addChild(circleCountry); TweenMax.to(circleCountry, 4, {delay:1, x:745, y:517, transformMatrix:{rotation:360}, alpha:2.5, ease:Circ.easeOut}); TweenMax.to(circleCountry, 4, {dropShadowFilter:{color:0x003333, alpha:1, blurX:12, blurY:12, strength:0.5, angle:140, distance:12}, ease:Circ.easeOut});