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  1. Hello! I'm creating a HTML5 project using Flash CC HTML5 canvas. What I do is adding animation code to each frame. After all frames passed the banner loops and I want it to have exact animation as at the first playing. But all instances are loosing their original position and properties. I need all the stage elements to reset just as it is at regular flash projects. P.S. Previously I worked with greensock AS2 at Flash CS 6 - everything worked perfect. Best regards, Vital banner_test (3).zip
  2. Hello! I'm creating a banner using Flash CC HTML5 canvas. What I do is adding animation code to each frame. After it completes I want the next frame to be played. I included two libs into the HTML file: EasePack.min.js TweenLite.min.js So at the current frame I am writing the following code (source file: test7.zip ): this.stop(); TweenLite.to(this.target, 1.35, {delay: 0.1, y: 180, ease:Elastic.easeInOut, onComplete: pplay } ); function pplay(){ this.play(); window.alert('123'); }; The frame is animated but it stops at the end instead of going to next frame. At this time the alert works, but I can not skip it - it's like a loop function. How can I get to the next frame? P.S. Previously I worked with greensock AS2 at Flash CS 6 - everything worked perfect. Best regards, Vital
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