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Movie clip script problem

I make a movie clip in which 5 images conuntinously scroll i want that when mouse is over on the image the moive clip should stop and as mouse drag it should start i type script for it but not woking directly on movieclip not on frame what should i do?

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Hi rananjay is here the link is given bellow ,where you find your solution http://www.actionscript.org/resources/articles/538/1/Creating-a-Scrolling-menu/Page1.html

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Hi,ankita samir here, Ist step: take ur image on stage if u take five. so. these looks like a filmstrip.. 2nd step: covert to group nd movie clip.. 3rd step: give a some animation ex:- ur ist frame in 1 nd u want to scroll ur image to 40..take crate motion tween. when u do testmovie u will fine ur image is going on left to right or right to left.. it depends upon u. 4th step: select 1st keyframe of movie clip. and covert as a button.. 5th step: press f9or action panel.. write some script there.. on(rollover) { stop(); } on(rollout) { play(); } and press Ctrl+Enter.. u will find ur answer.. thanks..

Posted on Sep 21, 2007

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