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Mutli-part fader tutorial

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Oct 5, 2003 | 6:40 PM EDT

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A brief tutorial on how to get multi-part objects to fade cleanly.

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ObsidionObsidion

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Well at least...

Well at least someone started teaching newbies :)



ClaymanClayman

Rated 5 / 5 stars

KOOL !

That was nicely done and preety usefull ! keep it up !



VolcanoBoyVolcanoBoy

Rated 5 / 5 stars

That was helpful

Its very nice of you to take your time to help us noobs.

I wont have much of a use for this yet since i cant seem to animate anything better then shitty stickmen.Theres one thing I REALLY want to learn.
I cant seem to use the onion skin.Whenever I try to use onion skin it never works.It says the onion skin is in effect but when I play it back it doesnt show the onion skin.Can you please help me?


capn-g responds:

Onion skin only exists within the flash environment as an authoring tool, it does not and cannot be made to show up in the actual exported swf file, sorry.


Half-WittedHalf-Witted

Rated 5 / 5 stars

thanks man...

Althought I am not using any fadings (yet) just the fact that you are taking the time to help us newbies is awesome. Keep up the good work. I am currently working on a huge project but I don't know too much about flash and I'm too lazy to read things myself, these types of tutorials really do help. Please keep them coming!



StaticStatic

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Pretty helpful

I mean I am a clay/stickfas mation maker,I'm not going to use this stuff but other people will so great job and music went along good with it to!