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  1. #1
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    Mar 2000


    I have a flash file with four pulldown menus next to each other horizontally across the page.
    The pull-down part is working, the tell-target links within the menus are working.

    The problem is, if I do not mouse across to the next menu VERY SLOOOWLY the previous menu does NOT disappear.
    I have tried decreasing the "mouse on" hit area and increasing the "mouse off" hit area, but the problem persists.

    This makes the presentation quite awkward, and this is for a paying client with a VERY tight deadline...Any suggestions?!!

    Thanks in advance...

  2. #2
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    Feb 2000


    Just put a On mouse out event on the drop down menu so when you are over it it will open and when you leave it will close even if you dont go to another menu. Regards, Bill

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