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    mc loads on resize?

    Below I have included the fla. The file is a zoom nav, basically what I want to know is can I have a movieClip play after a square has been clicked on and have resized? If so, how? (The idea is trying to preserve the clean menu look, but still having cool content when each section is loaded)

    Can anyone give me a clue how to do this, or show me?

    Any help wold be greatly appreciated.
    Last edited by Heirattic; 09-13-2007 at 05:01 AM.

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    that is definitely possible, but looking at your code, I would do it a bit differently (resizing the box that is).

    put the following code in your action layer, not on the object.

    import mx.transitions.Tween;
    import mx.transitions.easing.*;
    originalX = box1._xscale;
    originalY = box1._yscale;
    //new size values for the _xscale and _yscale
    newX = box1._xscale * 1.25;
    newY = box1._yscale * 1.25;
    box1.onPress = function():Void 
    	//the 20 is the amount of time to complete the tween.  If you set false (as I have) 
    	//its 20 frames, if you set true, then it will be 20 seconds.
    	//Strong.easeOut is the type of tween (others include Regular, None, Bounce, Elastic, Back),
    	//Then there are easeIn, easeOut, and easeInOut methods for the tweens
    	var resizeX:Tween = new Tween(box1, "_xscale", Strong.easeOut, originalX, newX, 20, false);
    	var resizeY:Tween = new Tween(box1, "_yscale", Strong.easeOut, originalY, newY, 20, false);
    	resizeX.onMotionFinished = function():Void 
    		trace("motion finished");
    		//In here you can set a movie to play
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