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I Doubt this can be done......

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10-18-2008, 07:25 AM
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so i bought this code (im an noob) so i could do this layered movement illusion, and I applied this code to one of the layers that has a looping movie with a motion guide, and every time it restarts its loop, the object moves 5 pixes or so away from the mouse. It gets quite annoying, and eventually it moves itself off the stage of my swf; to the point where i can no longer use the movie clip which i rely on for navigation

I have a feeling it has to do with the onEnterFrame

Is there any way to modify the code so it wont do that anymore?

Here is the code below:

Code:
//Set limits of image motion (note that negative values will change direction of image motion):
var y_limit:Number = 60;
var x_limit:Number = 90;

//Set speed of motion (large numbers = slower speed, if this is set to 1, motion will be instantaneous)
//DO NOT SET TO A VALUE LESS THAN 1.
var speed:Number = 15;


//THE FOLLOWING DOES NOT NEED TO BE MODIFIED:
//get original position:
var origx = this._x;
var origy = this._y;

onEnterFrame = function(){
	
	//calculate goal coordinates based on mouse position:
	goalx = origx - (((_parent._xmouse-Stage.width/2)*x_limit) / (Stage.width / 2));
	goaly = origy - (((_parent._ymouse-Stage.height/2)*y_limit) / (Stage.height / 2));
	
	//adjust position of image gradually:
	this._x += (goalx - this._x)/speed;
	this._y += (goaly - this._y)/speed;
	
}

11-09-2008, 04:49 PM
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it moves away from the mouse because you tell it to.

this._x += (goalx - this._x)/speed;

moves the object along the x axis. the only thing onEnterFrame does is take the limits you set above and apply them to the object. if you want to stop it from moving along the x axis, just comment out that line.

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