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I'd like to make a book online and I'd like the effect of pages flipping.  Can this be done in Flash and how hard is it?  I did download an example but I'm curious what all is out there.
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It's really not that hard; you just need to create a curved page (as a vector) and tween the scaling and the alpha to create the illusion of the page coming up and going down.
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by:treyjeff
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Ok, that sounds simple (sarcasm dripping out)   :)  Um, is there an example somewhere?  There is no way I'm going to able to create that!!
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Hi,treyjeff

Look at http://www.flashzone.com/source/pages.html for the example and http://www.flashzone.com/source/pages.zip to download the source example

Greetings

Andy
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