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    Attaching sound to Accordion Component

    Could someone kindly post some sample code of how to attach a sound to the accordion component when each selection is clicked?

    i tried

    var s:sound = newSound();
    s.attachSound("click");

    but failed.

    mucho gracias

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    you would need to set up a listener, listening for the 'change' event to be broadcast.

    Code:
    var s:Sound = new Sound(this);
    s.attachSound("click");
    
    var listenerObject:Object = new Object();
    listenerObject.change = function(eventObject:Object)
    {
    	s.start();
    };
    // where acc is the name of your accordian component
    acc.addEventListener("change", listenerObject);
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    thanks for the reply. i tried your code but it gave 5 errors, all with this...

    "Statement must appear within on/onClipEvent handler"

    thanks again.

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    The code is meant for the timeline, not on a movieClip
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    What aboout when you want a sound to play when mouse-over/rollover the accordion headers?

    Phil

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