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    Help Needed Here Please

    Hi Guys, I found a tutorial on line and was trying to edit it. My problem is that the left button should stop on rollout, but it doesn't for some reason. Anyone knows why please?
    (If the user rolls over the right button, the movie plays and when rollout, the movie stops. If the user rolls over the left button, the movie rewinds, but when rollout, it doesn't stop where it is.)
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    on(rollOut){
    stop();
    }

    That may work if I know what you're talking about... and I have flash 5, so that FLA won't work.

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    I have that code, but it isn't working.

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    1-On the first frame of the stage i have this:

    MovieClip.prototype.rewind = function () {
    if (goBack && (_currentframe>1)) {
    gotoAndStop (_currentframe-1);
    }
    }
    2-attached to the movie clip this code:

    onClipEvent (enterFrame) {
    this.rewind();
    }
    3-On the right button i have this:

    on (rollOver) {
    mc1.goBack = false;
    mc1.play();
    }
    on (rollOut) {
    mc1.stop();
    }
    4-On the left button i have this:

    on (rollOver) {
    mc1.goBack = true;
    mc1.play();
    }
    on (rollOut) {
    mc1.stop();
    }

    The first button is working and stopping on rollout, but the second button isn't(the rewind button).

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    on (rollOut) {
    mc1.goBack = false;
    mc1.stop();
    }

    It should work like this.

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    Well, that mc1.stop(); isn't neccessary, the mc1.goBack = false; will stop it.

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    Try this.
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    Thank you guys, both examples are working fine and are useful.
    Again, thank you all.

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