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Step 2: Setting up your timeline

Ok to the left of your time line is a box with your layers, all you need to do is make a new layer and rename it line 1. then rename the first one ground. lock the ground layer. under your time line to the left there are 5 little boxes, one will say onion skinning click that one not onion skinning out line.
I love flash..... but I like doing more complicated things. Here is something I did.....
That was terrible.
WOW. i could never dream of creating that kind of stuff. I love the '!?' part.
lol...wow...I don't ever remember that...long time ago. but thanks...and now that I look back I laugh at how dumb it looks compared to what I do now....lol
then you must be pretty good.
lol...yeah...I'm more into visual effects and 3D now...lol
This is kinda useless... you should degrade flash like that... here's a game i made.
wow good job (by my standards) I envy your skills.
<pre>is there any actionscript in that. or is it just attributes.</pre>
Theres only a little.
<pre>when i saw this i&apos;ble i thought i was up for a more &apos;How to make professionalcontent and games&apos; rather than stuff that you can do on Powerpoint. anyway, your methods are quite slow so you must have put a lot of time into that.</pre>
The video wont even load :( what the? Is it similar to the line effect I used in my reel? www.darkmotion.com/reel.mov ?
It loads fine. It must be your computer/internet connection
Why not convert your line to a symbol, create a motion guide, then a motion tween. This is a big waste of flash's potental, considering you can do this with any any animated GIF program.
Because then you can only move the line and not do stuff like make it split in two and such. It limits it potential.
Not really. Splitting in two wouldn't be as simple, but easier than your method. Just add another layer and add another.
You wouldn't get the FBF style; the line changes shape and length slightly at different frames... You use motion tweens when you want the style to be smooth and clean.
Still, you could make the item to have 3 frames, and use the wiggle tool to produce a slightly different line each time. 3 different ones should be enough.
It may help if the pictures weren't an inch thick.
They were normal before, weird.
Why not convert your line to a symbol, create a motion guide, then a motion tween. This is a big waste of flash's potental, considering you can do this with any any animated GIF program.
Sorry, double post right there!
I would love it, please update it, when youve got bigger pictures. then, it would be a realy nice instructable
ya my bad they looked bigger when i upoloaded them but i guess there not my discriptions good though
Great! Maybe you can do in depth to do stuff like the line shooting.

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