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Simple Start to Animating an object using Adobe Edge Ani 2015

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Hi everyone, please move if this is posted in the wrong forum. I'm just trying out Greensock in Adobe Edge Ani 2015. I understand Adobe Edge Ani 2015 has been pulled, but for the time being this is what I'm using.


Im a proper newbie, so please bear with me.


Im confused how adobe have changed the scripting to work with objects on the stage. Im following this simple tutorial which was published 2012. The current tutorial may be out of date, I'm not sure.?




I have a simple rocket png on the stage and I'm trying the 'onClick' function or maybe 'onLoad' just to move the rocket, a bit like the einstein in the link above. But nothing seems to happen when I publish the HTML file. Ive followed the tutorial pretty closely, but now i'm stumped.


Is this tutorial too old now?


Can anyone help? or point me to a newer tutorial with a very basic setup of TweenLite with Adobe Edge Ani 2015 for a very basic animation.





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I think i may of added the TweenLite script into the html, not noticing you have an API/Server where you can add the URL to the Scripts Library within Adobe edge. It seems to be moving now.

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Hi lister110,


Sorry there hasn't been a proper reply to your post before. I have zero experience with Edge Animate, thought. Have you managed to sort your issue out or are you still having problems?

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