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Old 07-21-2004, 06:38 PM   #1
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Hello all,

Very new to Flash. I am trying to create a basic "bio-page" for a website. I have my picture and have set up the action script for the mouse over. How do I get the "hit" frame to run the next MC.

I have a picture of 5 band members, I created buttons of each member and placed them on separate layers over the main picture. I want it to fade the main picture (layer 1) and fade up a simple biography page upon "clicking" on the button. Leaving the image of the member over the bio page and then going back to the "whole thing" upon a click or release.

I know that this is probably very simple and I have tried the tutes but I am not getting it. I also am VERY new to Flash.

thanks in advance,

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Old 07-21-2004, 10:05 PM   #2
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ActionScript Code:
btn_01.onRollOver = function(){    mainPic.play(); }; btn_01.onRelease = function(){    bio_01.play(); };
Assuming the clips fade in upon playing. Sounds like you need to learn targeting/pathing and controlling clips....
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