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    adding pictures to text box

    I am trying to figure out if it is possible to add pictures in a dynamic text box. The text I have is scrolling with the tracklisting for an album, I want to place a picture of the album cover next to the text, but also want it to move with the text when it is scrolled. is this possible? if so, how?
    thanks.
    -Kev

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    MX only or MX2004?

    Have you tried a scrollpane?

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    no, I haven't tried that yet, I already have the scroll bar set up, would I have to use the scroll pane on a different layer?
    I haven't used the scrollpane before.

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    I'm not on MX2004, where contrary to MX only, you can set images in the AS2.0 Text Area component... But if your using a textfield and an AS1.0 scrollbar, then you can forget about inserting pictures in the textfield, and you would have to use a scrollpane, where you can have a mixture of whatever.

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    thanks, so with a scrollpane you can just add whatever you want, pictures and text?

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    Yep! Not exactly easier done than said though!

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    yea, this scrollpane thing is confusing me, thanks for your help though

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    If you're talking about AS1.0 components, you could allways check this...

    http://www.flashkit.com/search.php?v...ge=1&x=26&y=11

    Or #14 here, for MX2004 components...

    http://www.ultrashock.com/ff.htm?htt...mponents01.php

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    your the man, thanks alot. although my butt is starting to fall asleep cause I've been working on this site design for a few hours now, and I have to get to band practice, but thank you much!
    -Kev

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