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Author: williama
//Add the following script in the event of the moving circle. with (_root.cardioid){ lineStyle (5, 0xFF00FF, 100); lineTo (_root.x, _root.y); lineTo (225, 65.3); } } //The script above draws the lines that will trace our cardioid using the coordinates _root.x and _root.y 4. On frame sixty of layer1. Write the following line stop(); 5.Run your animation. 6.Play around by changing the size and shape of the motion guide and look what happens. You can also change the "rotation" and "orient to path" options on the properties panel. There may be some interesting shapes you might see.

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» Level Intermediate

Added: 2005-08-17
Rating: 4.83 Votes: 24
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