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Tweening an Object in Fireworks

fireworks tweening an object

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#1 Ammar11


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Posted 12 September 2013 - 01:25 AM

1.Start your Adobe Fireworks and open any document from that has animation with the object you want to tween.
2.Click within the animation in order to select 2 instances from your object. It could be a symbol, an image, object within your animation. The instances will blend or tween together to make a movement animation.
3.Go to Modify menu, -> "Symbol" and select "Tween Instances" . This will display the dialog box for Tween Instances.
4.Now type in how many tween/blend steps you want between your 1st and your 2nd object instances.
5.Go to the option "Distribute to Frames" to make a frame for every tween step. Click Ok.
6. Arrows will now display indicating the tweened object instances.
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