this is probably the most silly question you have been ever asked.
A couple of weeks ago I started to explore flash. A couple of days ago I decided to create a simple site but I have faced an issue described below.
There were supposed to be a copule subpages which are controlled by a simple navigation bar. Everything is clear and quite simple - ActionScripts and buttons.
There is only one problem. I would like to assign a script making the current subpage to leave the scene and the new one to enter it fe. If the "home subpage" is on the scene and I click on the "contact button" I want the home subpage to leave first and contact page to enter afterwards.
How can I achieve such a s stuff with minimal effort? I could assign it manually. But if I had f.e. 20 buttons i would have to make 19 labels for each button which is 20x19 = 380 tweenings and labelling.
Have all your submenus in a MovieClip distributed in their own Frames (Frame 1 = submenu1, etc.), have that movieclip inside another movieclip, and there, create a Motion Tween of it leaving the screen and coming back, don't forget to give the movieclip an instance name as well. When it leaves the screen and is coming back, just use a code to make it go to another Frame...
17 Years old boy, who loves the Computer Technology
BRING BACK THE OLD DESIGN!! OR AT LEAST FIX THE AS TAGS