Can anyone help me with this?
I am using Flash CS4 trying to follow a tutorial that uses Flash CS3. Part of the tutorial wants me to build a class out of the result of “Copy Motion to Action Script 3”. I come to find that the “Copy Motion to Action Script 3” in CS4 works differently than it does in CS3. It has changed based on the way the new Motion Tween tools work. It also produces much different code, in CS3 the “Copy Motion to Action Script 3” would produce an XML file, where as in CS4 it writes it completely in action script. CS3 would also ask for an instance name to use for the tweened motion, but in CS4 you have to type the name of the instance into the code manually. I read on a website that you can still get the “Copy Motion to Action Script 3” command to produce XML. But it didnt explain how.
Does anyone know if this is possible, to have CS4’s “Copy Motion to Action Script 3” command produce XML rather than Action Script only?
Any help is appreciated. :ch: