How to pan the screen left and right using the mouse hover and motion paths

This is very similar to the example I did for the e-learning heroes challenge #76 - How to pan the screen left and right using a slider and motion paths. In this one you use the mouse and hover over the arrows on each side of the screen to pan side-to-side. Click on each of the hazards as you find them. I am sorry I don't have time to do a video break down. Please send me what questions you have.

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Michael Hinze
Chris Dick

Hi Charles,
I have SL2 but I cannot extract the story file from the zip file.

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Chris

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Here is the file again.

Leslie McKerchie

Hi Katie!

I know that you were discussing motion paths with Michael as well and hopefully Charles is still subscribed to this thread. It is a bit dated though, so if you do not hear back soon, I wanted to let you know about the 'Contact Me' option that is on the user profile and you could reach out directly.

Charles Zoffuto

Katie, that is a great question. The simple answer is that it was just trial and error. 40 (-40) off of the center (turn on the ruler and show guides) seemed to give me the best speed. However if the "room" were bigger I would probably want to speed it up a bit. If you have a specific effect you are trying to go for, please let me know and I will try and help.