AS2 and AS3.


Tweener.registerTransition(name:String, transitionFunction:Function);


name:Number — The name of the new transition you want to create. It's recommended that you do not use the name of any of the existing transitions as this would overwrite them.

transitionFunction:Function — The transition function employed. The same rules applied to functions passed as a transition parameter apply.


Creates and registers a new transition equation. This is useful if you want a quick way to reuse functions on new tweenings when using the transition parameter. Notice that you do not need to register any function you want to use: the transition parameter also accepts functions directly. The registration is meant just

Some special properties used on Tweener are created and registered with this method; check the file to check what they do.




Suppose you want to create a new special property, called _scale, that immediately sets the _xscale and _yscale of a MovieClip in one go. This is not needed since such a special property already exists by default, but it's used on this example.

In this case, one could register this new _scale property this way (AS2):

_scale_splitter = function(p_value:Number, p_parameters:Array):Array {
	var nArray:Array = new Array();
	nArray.push({name:"_xscale", value: p_value});
	nArray.push({name:"_yscale", value: p_value});
	return nArray;
Tweener.registerSpecialPropertySplitter("_scale", _scale_splitter);

That is, you tell the splitter function the value you want the split properties to have, and the function returns a list of the corresponding property values, and their target values. After that is done, you can use this new special property natively, as in:

Tweener.addTween(myMC, {_scale:200, time:1});

This will automatically scale myMC to 200% of scale, regardless of its individual horizontal and vertical scales.

Special property splitters can also return the name of special properties themselves as part of the list of properties to be tweened. For example, this is part of the special property that adds the _color special property to Tweener, as defined by

public static function _color_splitter (p_value):Array {
	var nArray:Array = new Array();
	if (p_value == null) {
		// No parameter passed, so just resets the color
		nArray.push({name:"_color_ra", value:100});
		nArray.push({name:"_color_rb", value:0});
		nArray.push({name:"_color_ga", value:100});
		nArray.push({name:"_color_gb", value:0});
		nArray.push({name:"_color_ba", value:100});
		nArray.push({name:"_color_bb", value:0});
	} else {
		// A color tinting is passed, so converts it to the object values
		nArray.push({name:"_color_ra", value:0});
		nArray.push({name:"_color_rb", value:AuxFunctions.numberToR(p_value)});
		nArray.push({name:"_color_ga", value:0});
		nArray.push({name:"_color_gb", value:AuxFunctions.numberToG(p_value)});
		nArray.push({name:"_color_ba", value:0});
		nArray.push({name:"_color_bb", value:AuxFunctions.numberToB(p_value)});
	return nArray;

This special property receives a numeric color value (such as 0xff56a1) and converts it into specific color channel twewnings, to tint a MovieClip by way of a tweening. Notice that _color_ra (and others) are also special properties themselves.

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