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Chapter 10. Animation with Shape Tweening > Shape-Tweening Multiple Shapes

Shape-Tweening Multiple Shapes

In motion tweening, Flash limits you to one item per tween, meaning just one item per layer. In shape tweening, however, Flash can handle more than one shape on a layer. The drawback is that you may get some very strange results if you try to tween several shapes on a layer. The simpler and fewer the shapes you use, the more reliable your multishape tweens will be. For the most predictable results, limit yourself to one shape per layer.

You may want to keep both shapes on the same layer for a fill with an outline, however. As long as the transformation is not too complicated, Flash can handle the two together.


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