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Flash Page Turning Animation

Posted on 2003-11-04
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I have seen a few sites that are using some sort of masking technique that go through various pictures with a page turning effect. For example: a small flap bends in the corner and more of the the picture gets exposed as the page "opens up". I am sure this is masking but am not sure how to make the paging look.

Thanks... Bubba
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