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In flash (cs5), how do you make a symbol/movieclip become larger/smaller as the cursor moves closer/farther away to it? If that's unclear.. Picture a page with a two circles on it, one on the left and one on the right. If the cursor is in the middle, the circles are the same size. As the cursor moves to the right, the circle on the right gets bigger (and the one on the left gets smaller), and vice versa.

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  • mooredrew May 25, 2010

    great, thanks. very helpful

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Hello Mooredrew,
Step1: Create an object by using an oval tool
Step2: Righ Click on your object and select Convert To Symbol
Step3: Select Movie Clip and press ok
Step4: Right click on any empty frame from time line and select insert KeyFrame
Step5: Click on your last keyframe and then click on your object, from properties pannel change the width and height
Step6: Right Click any where between your starting and ending frame and select Create Motion Tween
Step7: If you see an arrow line on your time line, You are done
Step8: Now test your movie by click on Control Menu and Test Movie
Step9: Now lets make Zoom out Effect, Right click on any empty frame after your last frame and select insert KeyFrame on time line
Step10: Click on your new last keyframe and then click on your object, from properties pannel change the width and height back to the orignal one
Step11: Right Click any where between your starting and ending frame and select Create Motion Tween
Step12: If you see an arrow line on your time line, You are done
Step13: Now test your movie by click on Control Menu and Test Movie
Step14: Give me a big smile now, because now you can do zoom in and zoom out.

Please let me know if you have any further questions or concerns
Thanks.


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  • mooredrew May 25, 2010

    okay, that helps, but what I really want to know is how to configure actionscript to make it interactive.. i want the ovals to zoom in and out relative to the position of the cursor.. so that the closer I move the mouse to one oval the larger it gets and the smaller the other one gets. Then, if I move the mouse toward the other oval, that one gets larger and the first gets smaller.

    Does that make sense?



  • CIROC TECH SUPPORT
    CIROC TECH SUPPORT May 25, 2010

    Hello Moordrew,


    i wont be able to describe the whole tutorial in this comment with pictures and codes because its really long .


    But i have it in my google docs (its published)
    CLICK HERE to view the tutorial


    THanks.

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