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Posted on 2006-06-27
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This is just like banner ads you see regularly....3 images...image 1 should stay on the stage for 30 seconds and slide to the side...when it slides the background should be the second image...same thing in a loop second image stay for 30 sec and move on ....each has some action attched to it when its triggered. and also I need to make prev and next button and a pause button...

Do you think its better to stick with regular timeline stuff or to animate with actionscript...I am doing it with regular timeline...and i think thats so stupid...bcos, it takes too much space...any idea (and source :) )
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I always do stuff with actionscript if i can as it may take longer to do initially, but the maintenance of it is soo much easier.  As far as stacking commands etc, I would recommend using mcTween.

http://hosted.zeh.com.br/mctween/

You can use an alpha to with a delay so that the first pic is displayed for 30 seconds, then the next etc...
http://hosted.zeh.com.br/mctween/doc_alphato.htm

firstmc.alphaTo(0, 0, "linear", 30);    //fades firstmc in 30 seconds
secondmc.alphaTo(100, 0, "linear", 30);  //fades second mc in after 30 seconds... must be initially set to 0 alpha
secondmc.alphaTo(0, 0, "linear", 60);  //fades second mc away after it has been on stage for 30 seconds
etc...
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