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Author: Jesse Nicholson AKA Furinax | Website: http://www.ascensionsystems.ca/tutorials

Using the digitalWarpOut class

Using the warp out class is much easier. All you have to do is create a new instance of it and access a function inside that class, and pass in the name of the movieclip you want to unload. The code is like this:

myWarpOut:digitalWarpOut = new digitalWarpOut; myWarpOut.warpOut(clipIwantRemoved);

The warp out transition effect is very similar to the warp in effect. That concludes it! Hopefully you can make good use of these classes perhaps in a project and perhaps those more advanced users can pick them apart and make their own creation from them! If any of this was confusing or if you're interested in more tutorials such as this, check out my website for video tutorialshere.
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Added: 2008-11-29
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I'm the owner/operator of a web design company specializing in flash web development. I also run a flash website creating free video tutorials for flash and eventually into graphical/web media design.
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