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    Menu system help

    Hey,

    I have created a button, which on mouse over - another sub menu slides up in another position on the screen, however, as soon as you move off the button the sub menu dis-appears, how can i make it stick...

    here are the files:

    http://www.fashionmarketinguk.com/1.swf
    http://www.fashionmarketinguk.com1.fla

    thanks for your time

    jonny
    Last edited by dude2; 02-27-2004 at 03:04 PM.

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    anyone help me please!?

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    You can put that clip within the button over state, because you're essentially telling Flash "only show this when I'm over this button". Make the clip separate, and use an action to show it when you've moved over the button.

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    "You can put that clip within the button over state..."

    I think Rdoyle really ment...

    You can't put that clip within the button over state...

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    so what your saying is i should use a movie load and load the movie seperately into an instance?

    j

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    Not necessarily. A seperate movie clip would do it.
    With a first blank keyframe and a stop action on it's first and last frames. Give it an instance name on stage (my_clip), and control it from your button...
    code:

    on(rollOver){
    _root.my_clip.gotoAndPlay(2);
    }


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