I have been stuck trying to create the simplest of tweens, one that took seconds in Flash.
Basically I have a 2px cube that i want to tween into an extending line by scaling the cube down the way. I set the transformation point in the first keyframe to top centre, create the final keyframe with the TP set top centre as well. Create a classic tween between them and then scale the cube on the final keyframe to the desired length.
However, everytime i then view the tween, the TP moves on the final keyframe rendering the animation useless.
Why is it doing this and what can I do to enable this simplest of tweens.
Any help is appreciated.
You aren't moving the transformation point of the final shape after creating the end keyframe, are you?
No. I set it beforehand, before i create the tween.
It looks like scaling is buggy when the transform factors get into the thousands of percents. I'd recommend using a shape tween instead. Or, instead of scaling a small symbol up, scale a large symbol (the full-size line in your case) down.
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