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ZOOMING A SIMBLE?????

ZOOMING A SIMBLE?????

ZOOMING A SIMBLE?????

(OP)
hello to all u flash loveres u!

can any one tell me the code for zooming a simble so it lookes like
you r advancing to him??
thenk u all...
bye

RE: ZOOMING A SIMBLE?????

There is no coding for zooming the symbol , just insert insert a key frame and place the symbol and then insert another keyframe where u want to end that animation and at that point select the arrow tool and select the scale and make it big as u want and then create a motion tween in it , ur problem is solved.

RE: ZOOMING A SIMBLE?????

(OP)
THENKS MEN, BUT I KNOW THAT!
I NEED SOMETHING ELSE.
THERE IS A POSSIBILTY TOO ENLARGE CIRTIN OBJECT WITH ACTION, EITHER IN AFRAME OR IN A BUTTON, SO ITS LOOKES LIKE U R ADVANCING TO THE OBJECT. THE SIMPLE ACTION FOR THIS I KNOW(SETPROPERTY"OBJECT NAME",X SCALE)ETC' ETC' BUT I NEED TO CONTROL THE SPEED OF THE ENLARGMENT SO IT WILL GROW SLOWLY, THIS I DONT KNOW.
I THINK IT GOT TO DO WITH SOMKIND OF LOOP BUT I CANT GET IT RIGHT...
NIV

RE: ZOOMING A SIMBLE?????

And why not make just more frames??  If you're making 30 frames, try with 60 or something....  

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