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Author: Timothy Boronczyk

Return to the first frame within ShapeTw and select it. Access the keyframe’s properties (for Flash MX use WINDOW<%gt%>Properties and for Flash 5 use WINDOW<%gt%>Panels<%gt%>Frame) and select shape from the Tween drop-down box. The frames within the timeline between our camel and penguin will display a tween arrow and tint green (if the tinted frames option has been turned off a green tween arrow will appear between the frames). Save your movie and give it a test run (CONTROL<%gt%>Play).

Shape Tween in Flash 5 Shape Tween in Flash MX

Shape Tween timeline

» Level Basic

Added: 2002-11-28
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Timothy Boronczyk works in marketing as an E-Services Coordinator and Webmaster for a local credit union. He lives in Upstate/Central New York with his imaginary wife and three kids.
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