The fl.transitions.package contains classes that let you use ActionScript to create animation effects. You use the Tween and TransitionManager classes as the primary classes for customizing animation in ActionScript 3.0.
|The Blinds class reveals the movie clip object by using appearing or disappearing rectangles.
|The Fade class fades the movie clip object in or out.
|The Fly class slides the movie clip object in from a specified direction.
|The Iris class reveals the movie clip object by using an animated mask of a square shape or a circle shape that zooms in or out.
|Makes the movie clip object appear or disappear like a photographic flash.
|The PixelDissolve class reveals reveals the movie clip object by using randomly appearing or disappearing rectangles in a checkerboard pattern.
|The Rotate class rotates the movie clip object.
|The Squeeze class scales the movie clip object horizontally or vertically.
|The Transition class is the base class for all transition classes.
|The TransitionManager class defines animation effects.
|The Tween class lets you use ActionScript to move, resize, and fade movie clips by specifying a property of the target movie clip to animate over a number of frames or seconds.
|The TweenEvent class represents events that are broadcast by the fl.transitions.Tween class.
|The Wipe class reveals or hides the movie clip object by using an animated mask of a shape that moves horizontally.
|The Zoom class zooms the movie clip object in or out by scaling it in proportion.
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