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Easing for Scrollpane component possible?

Posted on 2008-06-22
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Hi,

I have [finally] gotten my scrollpane to work--it loads 10 images via xml and scrolls left to right.  I would like to apply some easing to the scrolling, but still keep the same look of the component (ie not a custom component).  

Do you know how to apply some easing via actionscript?

Many thanks in advance!

Cheers!
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Question by:1Cougar
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by:Aneesh Chopra
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unfortunately, not possible with default scrollPane component.
Default Flash scrollPane component or scrollBar component does not have any API to support easing for scrolling.
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by:1Cougar
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Hi,

Thanks!  I sort of came to that conclusion from doing a search.  Any suggestions for a 3rd party component?

Many thanks,
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