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how do I use ActionScripts in Adobe Creative (Flash) to create a wipe transition?

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I'm using Adobe Creative Suites CS3 to develop a flash movie for a web site. I want to create a left to right transition from one jpg image to another. Although I'm an experienced programmer, I'm new to Flash Action script programming. After hunting around, it appears that this is doable, but no one source has the actual code or even a close example. Ideally the wipe would involve a blur as the wiper moves across the screen.
Jim
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if you look in the help flle under Wipe
you'll find the Wipe Class with a code example on how to do it.
then look under Blur filter for how to apply a blur.
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