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Nested Symbols - Control movement through JavaScript

Engaged ,
Feb 15, 2022 Feb 15, 2022

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I have a graphic symbol nested inside another graphic symbol. 

 

The parent symbol has movement controlled via JavaScipt on button press on the main timeline.  I want to do the same for the nested symbol.  How would I do that?

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Engaged , Feb 23, 2022 Feb 23, 2022

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At the moment I have this code on the main timeline.

 

The symbol RFLensHolder is not rotating. However, if I change that code to a diferent graphic symbol which is not nested, that symbol rotates. It appears to be an issue with controlling nested symbols.  

 

    //Right Frame Rotate CW Buttons
    this.ButtonRotateCWRightFrame.addEventListener("mousedown", RF_RotateCW_Down.bind(this));
    
    this.ButtonRotateCWRightFrame.addEventListener("pressup", RF_RotateCW_Up.bind(this));
    
    this.ButtonRotateCCWRightFrame.addEventListener("mousedown", RF_RotateCCW_Down.bind(this));
    
    this.ButtonRotateCCWRightFrame.addEventListener("pressup", RF_RotateCCW_Up.bind(this));
    
    
    //Right Frame Rotate CW Buttons functions to move Rotate Frame CW
    function RF_RotateCW_Down() {
    createjs.Ticker.addEventListener("tick",updateRF_RotateCW);
    }
    
    function RF_RotateCW_Up() {
    createjs.Ticker.removeEventListener("tick",updateRF_RotateCW);
    }
    
    function updateRF_RotateCW(){
    
     var angle = 1/Math.PI;
      root.RFLensHolder.rotation += angle;
    }

 

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