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Author: Alan Wisternoff | Website:


Here is a tutorial based around my "Simple Scrollbar" turorial but this is horizontal scrolling of a MovieClip. It is also very simple and uses little code, employing the same globalToLocal method. You can check out some examples of how good a sideways scroller can look here

Step One: The MovieClip

Firstly we need a movie clip to scroll. This is simple enough to create, just position all its contents in a organised horizontal arrangement, select them all and "convert to symbol". Then delete it from the stage, a copy will be saved in the library for later use. It helps to have the MC registration point on its left edge.
» Level Intermediate

Added: 2003-03-24
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