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    Hi all,

    I have been seeing this type of flash ad becoming more popular on websites these days:

    http://www.wholesalenet.com.au/index.cfm


    The web page 'tears' on the right side to reveal a feature of the site.

    Anyone know how to implement this?

    Regards,

    Banj

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    That's pretty hot. It's not so much a tear as a pull-out corner ad.

    It's probably using a combination of Flash and Javascript. The Flash object has to be increased in size when it's rolled over. My guess is there's an actionscript that triggers a javascript in the page via a "javascript:functionName()" request. The javascript then resizes the flash object by it's id. The Flash object has a listener on the stage to keep itself aligned top-right, and has scaleMode = noScale, and an eventListener to adjust the movie when the stage resizes.

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    I hope this isn't too late to help you. I've been making a program to do this kind of effect. It still needs a bit of testing. Hope this helps

    http://www.technologymonster.com/design/corner-flip/

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    Thanks!

    If I give it a shot i will let you know!

    Cheers


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