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  1. Hello I'm quite stuck - I made presentation in adobe animate with gsap, each "slide" (containing timelineMax) is on their own keyframe on main timeline. Navigation (next/prev) just skip to next/prev frame of main timeline and then slide timelineMax play. Sadly when navigating back animation on previous slide starts from last played point, not from start. I tried clear(), kill etc, with no results...
  2. Hi, thank you team greensock for the terrific work you're doing! I'm a big fan of your engine and your support! In my project I'd like to go forth and back on the timeline of a movieclip (which has a bitmap on each frame) while scrolling with my mouse wheel. For that I am creating a frames-based tweenMax and adding it to an also frames-based timelineMax. Then I am using the "tweenTo" method to go forwards or backwards on the timelineMax according to the values I create while scrolling. Tweening forwards seems to work, but it wouldn't tween back when the value decreases again. I attached a demo file with a simple rectangle moving to the side, instead of the bitmaps, on each frame. As you might have noticed I am quite new to actionscript, so I am really happy if anyone would like to give me a hint. Greetings from Germany elsa DEMO.zip
  3. Hi there, New to forums in general but here goes. Would it be possible to create a Playerhead or scrubber that followed a pre-set path? For instance could you drag an MC along a curved line that also controlled the playback of an animation instead of a traditional horizontal playhead? Thanks!
  4. Hi, Probably very simple but i cant seem to get my head around timelineMax. I have a movieclip (spinY_mc) that i want to play backwards when i click a back button (back_mc). back_mc has various conditions and is done as a Click event. Can you help?
  5. Hey Jack, I came back here because of one little (or not) thing to repair and I would like to have your opinion about that. On the video below I have showed how the scaling reacts on the button (MovieClip with elements inside). http://youtu.be/IreHrg27uwM It goes wrong when I try to scale it from the handles you will see in the video. Element Button is a MovieClip which is containing background and textfield (not visible in the video, cause I have forgotten to enable it), Anyway I can't scale the Element Button like usually, because the background has to be redrawn to keep original radius corners or gradients and the text cannot be scaled always on the center of the button. What I did is: In the Main class where all elements are managed is: transformItem = transformManager.addItem(element); transformItem.minScale = 0; transformItem.minWidth = 20; transformItem.minHeight = 20; transformItem.addEventListener(TransformEvent.MOVE, onMoveElement, false, 0, true); transformItem.addEventListener(TransformEvent.FINISH_INTERACTIVE_MOVE, onMoveElementComplete, false, 0, true); transformItem.addEventListener(TransformEvent.SCALE, onScaleElement, false, 0, true) transformItem.addEventListener(TransformEvent.SELECT, onSelectElement, false, 0, true); transformItem.addEventListener(TransformEvent.DESELECT, onDeselectElement, false, 0, true); transformItem.addEventListener(TransformEvent.DELETE, onRemoveElement, false, 0, true); transformItemsArray.push(transformItem); While scaling the element I call updateProperties() method in the Element itself, this way I have always 'fresh' data. So in this case width, height, x, y, so the background can be drawn correctly. This is how the ButtonElement class look like. package { import fl.motion.Color; import flash.display.GradientType; import flash.display.Shape; import flash.events.Event; import flash.geom.ColorTransform; import flash.geom.Matrix; import flash.text.TextField; import flash.text.TextFormat; import nl.adlantic.adbase.adcreator.models.vo.AdCreatorButtonElementVO; import nl.adlantic.utils.FontManager; import nl.adlantic.utils.MathUtil; /** * * @author Grzegorz Tomasiak * @copy 2013 © AdLantic. All rights reserved. * */ public class AdCreatorButtonElement extends AdCreatorElement { private var textfield:TextField; private var textFormat:TextFormat; private var background:Shape; private var border:Shape; private var colorTransform:ColorTransform; private var properties:AdCreatorButtonElementVO; private var tempProperties:AdCreatorButtonElementVO; public function AdCreatorButtonElement() { createBackground(); createBorder(); createTextField(); addObjects(); } /** * * Override * */ override public function setProperties($properties:Object):void { super.setProperties($properties); properties = $properties as AdCreatorButtonElementVO; if (properties) { updateBackground(); updateBorder(); updateTextField(); } } override public function updateProperties($properties:Object):void { super.updateProperties($properties); tempProperties = new AdCreatorButtonElementVO($properties); for (var prop:Object in $properties) { if(properties.hasOwnProperty(prop)) properties[prop] = tempProperties[prop]; } updateBackground(); updateBorder(); //updateTextField(); } /** * * Methods * */ private function createBackground():void { background = new Shape(); colorTransform = new ColorTransform(); } private function createBorder():void { border = new Shape(); } private function createTextField():void { textFormat = new TextFormat(); textfield = new TextField(); textfield.multiline = true; textfield.wordWrap = true; textfield.selectable = false; textfield.setTextFormat(textFormat); } private function addObjects():void { addChild(background); addChild(border); //addChild(textfield); } private function updateBackground():void { var matrix:Matrix = new Matrix(); matrix.createGradientBox(properties.width, properties.height, Math.PI / 2); background.graphics.clear(); background.graphics.beginGradientFill(GradientType.LINEAR, [properties.background_color, Color.interpolateColor(properties.background_color, 0x000000, .5)], [1, 1], [0, 255], matrix); background.graphics.drawRoundRect(0, 0, properties.width, properties.height, properties.radius); background.graphics.endFill(); this.scaleX = 1; this.scaleY = 1; textfield.scaleX = 1; textfield.scaleY = 1; trace(this.x, this.y); } private function updateBorder():void { var matrix:Matrix = new Matrix(); matrix.createGradientBox(properties.width, properties.height, Math.PI / 2); border.graphics.clear(); if(properties.border_thickness > 0) { border.graphics.lineStyle(properties.border_thickness, 0, 1, true); border.graphics.lineGradientStyle(GradientType.LINEAR, [properties.border_color, Color.interpolateColor(properties.border_color, 0x000000, .5)], [1, 1], [0, 255], matrix); border.graphics.drawRoundRect(properties.border_thickness / 2, properties.border_thickness / 2, properties.width - properties.border_thickness, properties.height - properties.border_thickness, properties.radius); border.graphics.endFill(); } } private function updateTextField():void { textFormat.color = properties.format.color; textFormat.font = properties.format.font; textFormat.size = properties.format.size; textFormat.align = properties.format.align; textFormat.bold = properties.format.bold; textfield.text = properties.text; textfield.width = properties.width; textfield.height = 20; if (FontManager.instance.isFontEmbedded(properties.format.font)) textfield.embedFonts = true; else textfield.embedFonts = false; textfield.setTextFormat(textFormat); textfield.y = background.height / 2 - textfield.height / 2; } } } My question is, do you already know what's the problem and how to possibly fix it or you have advices to to that thing differently. Any help would be awesome. Thank you.
  6. 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.
  7. Obviously addChild(mc1); works on a single clip, but how would I bring the current movie clip in the sequence to the front? Thanks. Here's my code. var mcArray:Array = new Array(mc1,mc2,mc3,mc4,mc5); var timeline:TimelineMax = new TimelineMax({repeat:1}); timeline.insertMultiple (TweenMax.allTo(mcArray, 2, {bezierThrough:[{z:0}, {z:-200}, {z:0}], orientToBezier:false, ease:Linear.easeNone}, 1));
  8. 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.
  9. Hey every one, i'm newbie with Starling and greensock I try to use Greensock with Starling but i find down there's some problem When i try to make a glow filter with MovieClip of starling. i got this error <B>ReferenceError: Error #1069: Property filters not found on starling.display.MovieClip and there is no default value.</B> Here is the code TweenPlugin.activate([FilterPlugin]); TweenMax.to(heroArt, 1, {glowFilter:{color:0x99cc33, alpha:1, blurX:30, blurY:30, strength:3}}); with heroArt is the MovieClip from starling.display.MovieClip But if i use heroArt is flash.display.MovieClip, everything's okay. So, how can we deal with that problem ? I got stuck with Image too
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