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    Is it possible to make an instance trigger a button,or is that function limited to the cursor?

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    When you say instance trigger, What do you mean exactly. Regards, Bill

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    I mean anything that can move about on the stage,say a ball,or some animation...moves over the area defined as button and causes the button to react as if it had been rolled- over....say some random element had been introduced to the animation in a field of buttons...say a game ,like pinball...

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    No but you could use collision detection to do that funciton. You can find a GREAT tutorial on that at this web site: http://www.moock.org/webdesign/flash/index.html

    I think you'll like what you see. Regards, Bill

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    Thumbs up

    many thanks Bill,its taken me a while to digest that one...and now theres a brand new tutorial on bouncing the collisions too...!
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