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Author: Jamie Keipert
The next 2 lines take those distances we just worked out, and turn them into fractions of their former selves, because we don’t want the movie clip moving quite so fast. We only want it to move about 5 pixels per second as a maximum. Dividing it by 20 is a fair speed, although you can mess with this if you like.

The last lines just add the movement speed variables onto the movie clip’s position, so it moves. Otherwise it doesn’t move. It also adds the myDegrees rotation variable we spent precious keystrokes gathering and makes the movie clip rotate to match the position of the mouse. Enjoy! If anyone has any expansions or ideas for this feel free to email me – hithere54@hotmail.com
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Added: 2003-12-04
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