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    Object following the mouse pointer...

    Hello Action Scripters !

    I have another little problem with AS... I tried to explain it best possible way in this little screenshot, so I put some notes. Anyway, it will be a lot more understandable if you take a look at the SWF file first and see how that arrow moves.

    This is the screenshot with few notes...



    And files (FLA as well as SWF) are attached...

    Thanks in advance to everyone who can assist with this problem!
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    Last edited by Thankful; 02-27-2007 at 06:33 PM. Reason: attaching some files...
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    Anyone ? Please, I really need some help with this...

    Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks in advance
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    try this the code is on the new layer in the main frame
    I had to move the arrow so it laid flat with the registration point at the bottom of the arrow centered
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    Quote Originally Posted by joran420
    try this the code is on the new layer in the main frame
    I had to move the arrow so it laid flat with the registration point at the bottom of the arrow centered
    Hello Joran420 and thank you so much for your help! It is so much appreciated...

    Sorry for the delay, I was away for two days. Anyway, I'm here now and I will take a look at your example as soon as I turn on my pooter.

    Thanks again !
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    Just stopped by to thank to Joran420 one more time. Thanks so much my friend !!!

    This is exactly what I was looking for. It does exactly what I wanted it to do...

    Have a wonderful rest of the day !
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    np...may the farce be with you.

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