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Hello,

I'm using actionscript to create and apply a glow filter to an object when the mouse is pointed at it. Currently, the glow filter comes in at full strength immediately, but I would like it to fade in from an alpha of 0 to 100. Is it possible to achieve this effect? My code below:
// Makes the filter available to use in the Movie.
import flash.filters.GlowFilter;
 
// Creates a variable with info about the Filter settings
var imageGlow = new GlowFilter (0xFFFFFF,.75,5,5,2,10,false,false,false);
 
image.onRollOver = function(){
	image.filters = [imageGlow];	
}

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by:rascalpants
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I would highly recommend you look at TweenMax...  it has the engine you need and is very easy to use...

http://blog.greensock.com/tweenmaxas3/


take a look at that site, and then come back if you have any questions as to how to implement.


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actually, it looks like you need AS 2, right?

here is the link...


http://blog.greensock.com/tweenmaxas2/


and here is how you would implement a glowfilter


import gs.*;
import gs.easing.*;

TweenMax.to(mc, 1, {glowFilter:{color:0x91e600, alpha:1, blurX:30, blurY:30}});



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by:Spiderstave
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That's a really cool tool, thanks for the heads up!
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TweenMax is actually the standard now for animation...  I don't know of anyone who is using the native Tween class to animation anything... and with the added power of tinting and setting up filters, it works great...


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Awesome, I will have to look into it in greater detail. Do you know if it uses less CPU resources than the native Tween class? I'm building a pan/zoom site right now: http://www.outshinehosting.com/ee/movement2.html, and the zooming is starting to get really sluggish. Granted, the movieclip that is being scaled has tons of large bitmaps in it, so there may be no way to make that animation smoother.

I'll try to implement TweenMax to solve another issue that has been plaguing me this week. I'm trying to zoom back in on the red crosshairs but I can't get it perfectly centered. It's scaling the container clip before I pan that is messing me up, I can't figure out how to compensate for the scaled container clip. I've had another question open regarding the issue for a couple of days and haven't gotten any responses. If it's something you are familiar with I'd be really grateful if you could take a quick look: http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Photos_Graphics/Web_Graphics/Macromedia_Flash/ActionScript/Q_24554564.html?cid=473

Thanks!
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