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TransformManager[AS3] - flipping inverse [SOLVED]

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hey guys,

i've gotten TransformManager for AS3 and i've initialized it ( using TransformItem ) on a dynamically created clip on the stage. i've got setScaleContstraints on the item as well.

after doing so and scaling the image, if i drag the handles further, it actually will mirror the image, almost into the negative-x and negative-y space.

 

any help would be appreciated in stopping this from happening.

 

thanks!

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Did you apply the scale constraints so that the minimum scaleX/scaleY are 0? That would prevent them from going negative.

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i actually have them set at .5 , my code:

 

var clip1Item:TransformItem = manager.addItem(getChildByName("Item0"));
clip1Item.setScaleConstraints(0.5, 1, 0.5, 1);

 

and it's doing it currently.

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I just tested it and it seemed to work perfectly for me. Could you send me a sample FLA or Flex project that demonstrates the issue? Just private message me.

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I just tested it and it seemed to work perfectly for me. Could you send me a sample FLA or Flex project that demonstrates the issue? Just private message me.

pm sent!

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I believe I found the problem. It only showed up if you dragged far enough in the opposite direction. Please download the latest version from the link I sent you and let me know if that works well for you. Sorry for the inconvenience.

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thanks for the reply. didn't actually see a link in your reply... maybe i'm missing it in the PM.

 

thanks!

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wanted to follow up and say that the updated code fixed the problem.

 

thanks again!

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