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4. In the Symbol Editor, you can make changes to the symbol. Click the squashed circle to
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select it and, in the Tools panel, change the fill color to a different color. When you do this, both instances of the circle symbol on the stage will change color.
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5. Close the file without saving the changes.
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What you can gather from this is that instances of symbols can be changed without affecting the original symbol in the Library. Change the symbol in the Symbol Editor, and that change is applied to every instance of the symbol in the movie.
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Until the release of Flash 8, Flash designers essentially had to put up with a rather nasty design problem. Scaling objects with rounded or oddly shaped corners was, to put it mildly, driving them crazy. No matter what they tried to do, scaling introduced distortions to the object. The release of Flash 8 and the inclusion of 9-slice scaling solved that issue. To be fair, there are still a few quirks with this feature, but it was so welcome in Flash that this feature is now appearing in Fireworks and Illustrator CS5. The best part of this addition to those two applications is that symbols created in these applications that are destined for Flash can have 9-slice scaling applied to them that carry over into Flash as well. As we pointed out at the start of this chapter, 9-slice scaling is applied to movie clips when the Convert to Symbol dialog box opens. If you create a movie clip and decide to apply this feature later during the production process, select the movie clip in the Library and right-click (Windows) or Control+click (Mac) the symbol to open the context menu. Select Properties, and add 9-slice scaling by selecting this option at the bottom of the symbol Properties dialog box. Movie clips with 9-slice scaling applied will show a grid in the Library panel s preview window,
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What the heck is 9-slice scaling That question is not as dumb as it may sound because it is a hard subject to understand. What happens is that the symbol in question in Flash it can only be a movie clip is overlaid with a three-by-three grid. This grid divides the movie clip into nine sections (or slices) and allows the clip to be scaled in such a way that the corners, edges, and strokes retain their shape. Figure 3-5 shows the actual grid that Flash places over the object. The object is broken into the nine areas. The eight areas surrounding the center area the area with the 5 will scale either horizontally or vertically. The area in the middle area 5 will scale on both axes. The really interesting aspect of this feature is that each section of the grid is scaled independently of the other eight sections.
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Figure 3-5. The 9-slice scaling grid The best way of understanding how all of this works is to actually see it in action.
1. Open the 9Slice.fla file. When it opens, you will see two movie clips on the stage. The upper
movie clip doesn t have 9-slice scaling applied; the lower one does (see Figure 3-6). The key to both of these objects is they are the identical size, and the stroke width around both shapes is also identical.
2. Click the upper movie clip, and open the Transform panel (Window Transform).
Figure 3-6. You start with two movie clips on the stage.
3. When the Transform panel opens, change the Horizontal scaling value to 300 percent.
When you press the Enter (Windows) or Return (Mac) key, the shape scales along the horizontal axis, but as you can see, the corners flatten out and distort, and the stroke gets fatter.
4. Click the lower movie clip, open the Transform panel, and change the Horizontal scaling
value to 300 percent. When you press the Enter (Windows) or Return (Mac) key, the shape scales along the horizontal axis, and the corners don t distort (as shown in Figure 3-7). You can see why by looking at Figure 3-5. The areas numbered 2, 5, and 8 are scaled horizontally, and the corner areas are unaffected.
Figure 3-7. Both movie clips are scaled at 300 percent along the horizontal axis; the movie clip without 9slice scaling is distorted.
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