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Old 08-24-2003, 03:01 AM   #1
klip
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Default XML, dynamic images, scolling problems

Hi,

I'm trying to build a movie that does the following-

- Loads an unknown quantity of jpg references from an XML file

- Scrolls these images horizontally behind a mask. If the left button is hovered over, teh images scroll left. If the right button is hovered over, the images scroll right. If one of the images is hovered over, the scrolling pauses- the images are also links to html files containg larger versions of the same image. When the movie first begins, the scroll must be from left to right.

I have gotten about 95% of the way through this. I have done it bu creating two mc's, each holding a 'holder' mc that will be dupliacted for each image loaded in. Thus I have two menu's of exactly the same images. I have done this so that when one menu vacats the screen, the second one keps scrolling, thus creating the illusion of continuous scroll.

Everything works fine apart from one aspect- I cannot, for the life of me get the two menu's to scroll left and each re-appear to maintain the continuous scroll illusion. I'm totally frustrated by this and have reached the stage where I can't see the problem clearly. I'm hoping for a fresh pair of eyes

All necessary files are here- http://www.klip.co.uk/scroller.zip

I would be very grateful for any help anyone could give.

TIA
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