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Old 04-22-2005, 10:04 PM   #1
RobertJHJR
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Default Buttons, Actions, Movieclips, Drag and Drop, Multiples

Hello, I am working on a (school) project in which (what I want to happen anyway) the viewer/user is able to click a button(?) and a movieclip(really a one frame graphic)(?) is loaded onto the stage (multiple times) from the library. Also I would like each movieClip to have the button function of drag and drop. I have looked at the For loops, paths, duplicate movieclips, XML, and countless others which have greatly improved my understanding of the program but have not exactly lead me to my desired output. If anyone can help me I would really appreciate it. By the way time is of the essence because the project is due next week.

Thanks in advance
Rob

p.s. basically, click a button get an object(graphic or movieClip), click it again get a copy,be able to get up to ten of the same images onthe stage. then user can drag and drop them anywhere on the stage. I wish I could draw a picture of it here that would be way easier.
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Old 04-22-2005, 10:13 PM   #2
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Default Buttons, Actions, Movieclips, Drag and Drop, Multiples

Hello, I think I posted in the wrong forum earlier. anyway my problem is that I want to make a button that when clicked will create a movieclip instance and when clicked a second time create a copy of the same movieclip but in a different place on the stage I have been piecing the code together and I don't know if it is even supposed to work in flash.

also I would like the movieclip to have the inherent property of drag and drop so that every instance has that property.

thanks in advance
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