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Old 05-19-2005, 11:26 AM   #1
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Question "popup and drag window" inside "infinite stage" movieclip

Hello,

I’m having some problems with my "future and first portfolio" website that I'm trying to create… Can someone help me, please?!

(This is my first attempt in Flash, so excuse me for my small knowledge about the subject)

So far I created an “infinite stage” movieclip that has some “numbers” on it.
For example, if you click on number “3” you can send me an e-mail (that happens because there is an e-mail link button over each number “3” on the stage).

My problem is that I want to have a “popup and drag window” associated with the rest of the numbers on the stage.
I’ve been trying to create a button over each number “1” on the stage to than open the “popup and drag window” that I’ve already created… but this is not working so far and I don’t know why is not working and how to make it work…!!

Enclosed are two files: one is the website that I’m trying to create (and that has the problem that I’ve already told you about) and the other is the “pop up and drag window” that is working here but is not working on the main file.

I really appreciate if you could help me in this matter.
Many thanks!!
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