calling/removing images with actionscript/easing

Posted on 2006-03-19
Last Modified: 2008-03-04
Hi, I want to create a menu where you call 5 images with actionscrip/easing  When you click on one image...the image comes in but when i click on the second *having the first one showing* I'll like to remove image 1 with easing out of the stage and have image 2 comes in with easing.  Thanks

Question by:johanwilches
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    Accepted Solution

    Put images into several movies(swf files). Then use loadMovie function to load perticular movie into the stage. (You can use levels). And you can use unloadMovie function to unload perticular movies from the main movie.

    BR Dushan

    Author Comment

    Really good idea..thank you Dushan911



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