Is it possible to return to clip tweening after using AS on the clip?
Okay, here's the situation. I have a clip that rotates another clip through tweening. I used tweening there, because I find it the most convenient for doing this basic animation (for easing purposes for example). However I also use actionscript to rotate this rotation clip in another manner in a specific situation.
The tweening functions as it should at first, and once the action script rotation starts, that works too. But once the control should be given back to the tweening, the clip does not tween any more.
If this is not possible I'll just rotate it using action script. Any experience on stuff like this? At least according to the description of the function swapDepths, that function causes tweening to stop, so maybe tempering with rotation through action script does the same thing?