I’m trying to create lines that come in from the left and that each stop at a different spot way on the right - you know, basic cool motion lines - all the while fixed at their left-most points off-screen. I want them to naturally spring back-and-forth when they come to a stop on the right side of the screen. Right now I have manually created shape-tweened lines with many (too many!) keyframes, but I don’t like it. In the end I just want a few fixed lines to get springy on the x-axis, but only within a certain area (for example, to spring between x=600 and x=800 randomly. Can someone pass on the code to me and where I should place it?
uhm… is this what you mean??
x.x if you open that and theres nothing there, its cause my windows XP deleted it, like it delets all my other stuff… :sleep:
why cant it just let me submit an swf! :*(
ill just make it again :sleep:
ok… i think i finally got it… is THIS what you mean??
whenever i open it theres nothing there… :sleep: well i think im done posting here… this whould make 6 posts in a row :-\
Your file might be too big to finish uploading. Try putting it in a .zip, that usually works great.
Wow, this has got to be the longest series of posts by the same person I have ever seen
its only 8kb… well its worth a try. when i attach it it also deletes the main fla… well at least i saved a backup
man, people are really using my smilies…!!
KEWL! <- I keep using this one… odd…
I love the new smileys you made Eilsoe :!:
Hmm, I use XP and have no problem at all with it deleting my stuff. Very odd.
I don’t know for sure, but I don’t think that is what Scottie originally wanted. I think he wanted verticle lines that moved randomly horizontally, but instead of gliding, they kind of elastically snapped there.
I tried to find something, but my attempts were almost, but not quite successful.