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»Added  2002-08-20
»Rating  7
»Votes  7
»Author  Matt Weier | Search by Matt Weier
»Version  Flash 5
»Description  If you've ever wanted to alpha tween between any two movie clips in any order without having to set up keyframes for every possible tween, this .FLA will help. You simply place an instance off screen for every MC you want to be able to tween between, give each a unique instance name, use a button or other action to set your desired alpha increment & target MC, ensure the positioning is correct, and then let the actions loop until the movie has fully crossfaded. It does this primarily through duplicateMovieClip();.


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