AS3: AxisScroller v1.1

I had a comment made on the AxisScroller v1.0 post by Riccardo Bartoli mentioning that disabling the arrows via the optional param but not defining the actual arrow clips would cause an error. I never posted v1.1 because I was still experimenting with it but I uploaded it now because it fixes that bug. To be absolutely honest, it’s been a while since I touched this and I even kind of forgot what was added in (more on this later) but it is a highly experimental version so please use at your own risk.

Now, I was doing some extensive stuff with the AxisScroller a while ago when I was making said changes and I realized that it no longer works how I wanted it to and I envision a better alternative to this. That’s why I kind of left it off in its experimental stages and wrote myself a note in my Stickies app (literally) that I would re-write this thing from scratch when I have some free time. That free time has not come, obviously, and I am leaving this for now at the experimental version 1.1. The download is at the 1.0 post (the zip will download the new 1.1 version).

If you found this post useful, please consider leaving a comment, subscribing to the feed, or making a small donation.

3 Comments

Hi,
I am trying to use the scroller.
I have your example working.

I then copied all of the library to my movie which is in the same folder.
I copied the frames of your example into my movie.
on the main timeline as in your example.

I get this error
1137: Incorrect number of arguments. Expected no more than 0.

Hi,
my post got cut off for some reason, heres the rest

I get this error
1137: Incorrect number of arguments. Expected no more than 0.

in reference to this line (12)
var optionalObj:Object = new Object(

This happens even if I copy the frames and library to a blank new movie?

thanks for any tips
mark

Mark,
Read the comments in the original AxisScroller 1.0 post and the answer you are looking for lies there 😛

Leave a comment

(required)

(required)