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    Button

    I would approach this one differently.

    I would create a movieclip(1) and then within the movie a button with a hit state so that it cannot be seen.
    This button would have actions on it that could then tell itself to move aswell as others as it in inside the movieclip(1)...
    Inside the movieclip(1) you would have a movieclip(2) for the over state and a movieclip(3) for your down state and so on. You could then tell them to play or whatever when you either rollOver or Release ect.

    Hope this helps.

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    Button

    This is in reply to the button rollover menu...

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    i think that is almost the same, only more complicated for what our friend needs right now.

    also i think it is much more clean and organized the way i said, but that's a good approach too, don't get me wrong, i just like to keep it as simple as i can.

    notice that my answer has almost nothing to do with actionscripting and so it keeps our friend from going into that domain, don't you agree?

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    Start early

    You were telling him tellTarget? And thats what i was? Depreciated in MX but still useful its as simple as you like. Thats the only actionscript in my reply. Its also probably the one that people learn before branching out to newer things...
    Also if you take a look at his site it looks as tho he knows a fair bit anyway and a small bit of actionscript could take him a long way.
    When you start to step that little bit further and use buttons inside movieclips it leaves you open to a lot more, hence the reason i thought i would put my reply in aswell...

    All the best.

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