LearnKey Giveaway

by jleany - Aug 12, 2010


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Answer the question correctly in the comments to be eligible to win . Once you’ve submitted the answer in your comment, we’ll have a drawing and randomly pick a winner. The winner, who will be contacted via email by a LearnKey staff member, will be posted next Thursday, along with a new trivia question for the week.

Here’s the question:

In Flash, why is the “tween” function called “tween”?

This week’s prize: A $5 Starbucks Gift Card OR a LK-branded Flash Drive- your choice!

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Contest run time: Thursday August 12th- Wednesday August 18th

Winner posted: Thursday August 19th

Only North American residents are eligible to win prize *

*In order to receive prize notification, you must provide a valid email address with your comment*



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2 Responses to “LearnKey Giveaway”

  1. By Lee Wiley on Aug 16, 2010 | Reply

    I know, I know, I can’t win because I’m an employee, but just had to throw the answer out there. The term “tween” goes back to the days of traditional animation. Where there are first key-frames, which were the major points of action, and then the frames between the key-frames were the “in-betweens” which was later shortened to “tween.”

  2. By Marc Gibbs on Aug 18, 2010 | Reply

    the Tween function morphs one object into another. When you use the function, you pick the beginning and end shapes and Flash generates all the shapes needed in between.

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