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second is to marquee the stroke and the fill by drawing a selection box around the object. To draw your selection box, click outside the rectangle near one of its corners, and then drag toward the opposite corner. Go ahead try both methods of selection, and drag the square. You ll see the whole square move this time.
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5. Now that you know objects drawn on the stage are actually composed of a stroke and a fill, we d
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like to mention a third approach to selecting and moving them as a unit. Marquee the object, and select Modify Group. Now, when you click the object, it is regarded as a single entity and can be dragged at will. You can use the Selection tool for more than simply dragging objects around the stage. You can also use it to modify the shape of an object. The square on the stage, as you know, is composed of two vector objects a stroke and a fill. This means not only can they be moved around the stage, but they also be reshaped and still retain their crisp strokes and fills.
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6. Select your object on the stage, and select Modify Ungroup. Deselect the objects, and place
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the tip of the mouse pointer on one of the strokes around the square. Do you see the little quarter circle, as in Figure 2-5, below the arrow That symbol indicates you can reshape the stroke.
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Figure 2-5. The shape under the mouse pointer means the stroke can be reshaped.
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7. Click and drag the stroke. When you drag the stroke, it actually bends. This tells you that the
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stroke is anchored, and, as in Illustrator CS5 or Fireworks CS5, if you drag a point on a line between two anchor points, the line changes its shape. The stroke uses the location of the point where you released the mouse as the apex of the curve. The other thing you may have noticed is, as shown in Figure 2-6, the fill also updates to reflect the new shape.
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Figure 2-6. Both the stroke and the fill will change to reflect the new shape.
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8. Select the Subselection tool, or press the A key to switch to this tool. Double-click one of the
corner points for the curve you have just created. The points and the handles, as shown in Figure 2-7, become visible. You can further adjust the curve by moving either the handles or the points. These handles are available only on curves.
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Figure 2-7. Change a shape by dragging a handle or corner point. Another tool that allows you to manipulate objects on the stage is the Free Transform tool, which you will learn about next.
The Free Transform tool
If there is such a thing as an indispensable drawing tool in Flash, this one may just be it. It scales, skews, and rotates objects on the stage. Here is how to use it:
1. Open the FreeTransform.fla file in the 02/Exercises folder. When it opens, you will
see an image of some apple blossoms. They are in a movie clip named Blossoms. If you test the movie by pressing Ctrl+Enter (Windows) or Cmd+Return (Mac), you will see the image fade in and out.
2. Select the movie clip on the Flash stage, and select the Free Transform tool by either clicking
it or pressing the Q key. The selected object sprouts a bounding box with eight handles and a white dot in the center.
3. Move the mouse pointer near each of the corner handles. Notice how, as in Figure 2-8, the
mouse pointer develops a rotate icon. This tells you that if you click and drag a corner, you can rotate the object. Try it you should also see a ghosted representation of the original position of the movie clip, which is a handy feature to ensure the rotation is correct.
4. Test the movie. The movie clip has rotated and fades in and out. This tells you that it isn t only
objects that can be transformed. Symbols with tweens and motion and other movie elements can also be transformed with this tool. Close the SWF to be returned to the Flash stage, and let s try something else.
Figure 2-8. Rotating an object using the Free Transform tool
5. This time place the mouse pointer on the bounding box. The mouse pointer changes to split
arrows. This tells you that clicking and dragging will skew (or slant) the object in the direction in which you drag. Go ahead, give it a try.
6. Now place the mouse pointer directly over one of the handles. It changes to a double-headed
arrow, meaning you can scale the object from that point. The key to mastering the Free Transform tool is to master that white dot in the middle. It is the transformation point of the object. Rotations use that dot as a pivot, and any of the other transformations applied using this tool are based on the location of that dot when you hold down the Alt key. Holding down the Alt (Windows) or Option (Mac) key while using the Free Transform tool changes the location of the transformation point. For example, if you rotate a corner, the transformation will rotate around the white dot. Hold down the Alt (Windows) or Option (Mac) key, and the rotation will occur around the corner diagonally across from the corner being dragged.
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