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RE: [Swftools-common] Simple question

From: Huub Schaeks
Subject: RE: [Swftools-common] Simple question
Date: Fri, 19 Sep 2008 21:24:08 +0200

Hello EricThe message you got first was just a warning. The resulting .swf file 
should work just fine. The x and y parameters were moved to a separate .move 
command because there are a few commands (.move, .smove and .sweep (whose name 
may change in a new official release)) that change only the x and y parameters. 
The code for the example would change to this if you use .move for x and y 
parameters:    .put s1 x=50 y=50 scalex=110 scaley=110    .frame 50    .move s1 
x=0 y=0    .change s1 scalex=210 scaley=210 red=-1+255 green=-1+255 blue=-1+255 
#invert    .frame 100    .move s1 x=100 y=50    .change s1 scalex=110 
scaley=110 red=0 green=+0 blue=+0 #remove red    .frame 150    .move s1 x=0 y=0 
   .change s1 scalex=210 scaley=210 red=+0 green=2 blue=-1+255 #amplify green, 
invert blue    .frame 200    .move s1 x=50 y=100    .change s1 scalex=110 
scaley=110 red=2-128 green=-2+255 blue=+0.7+40 #alien glow    .frame 250    
.move s1 x=0 y=0    .change s1 scalex=210 scaley=210 red=8-1024 green=8-1024 
blue=8-1024 #palette reduce    .frame 300    .move s1 x=0 y=0    .change s1 
scalex=210 scaley=210 red=+0 green=+0 blue=+0 #back to normal    .frame 350    
.move s1 x=105 y=105    .change s1 scalex=0 scaley=0 luminance=0 #fadeoutWhy 
the new commands? .smove makes the object traverse a spline path and .sweep (?) 
is used for circular trajectories. Syntaxes:.move x= y= ( x and y coordinates 
of target position).smove x= y= ( x and y coordinates of target position).sweep 
x= y= r= dir= arc= ( x and y coordinates of target position, radius of the 
circle, direction of traversal (clockwise or counterclockwise), arc  (short or 
long) determines whether the long or the short route is taken. This is a 
necessary parameter because for a given x, y and r there are 2 possible 
circles)RegardsHuub> Date: Fri, 19 Sep 2008 14:05:25 -0400> From: 
address@hidden> To: address@hidden> Subject: [Swftools-common] Simple question> 
> Newbie to swfc.  I tried to run example 1.2 on> 
http://www.swftools.org/swfc/swfc.html.  Got below error when I compiled> the 
program.> > "photo.sc", line 7 column 75: warning- As of version 0.8.2 using 
the> .change command to modify an object's position on the stage is> considered 
deprecated. Future versions may consider x and y parameters> for the .change 
command to be illegal; please use the .move command.> > After changed ".change" 
to ".move" command, got following error.> > "photo.sc", line 7 column 22: 
error- Illegal argument "scalex" to .move> > May I know the syntax for scale 
and move command?  Where can I find the> updated user guide or manual?> > 
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