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Subject: RE: FLASH: click button
From: Larry Eisenstein
Date: Wed, 29 Dec 1999 18:33:04 GMT

Hi Angie,

Check the hit state of your button to see if it is the desired size.
If there is no graphic there... then the hit state by default is the text
Put a blank keyframe in the hit frame, create an
appropriate sized fill, remove the lines and voila, your
button will respond to clicks on areas other than the text itself.


Angeline wrote

I have this button made of just text. It seems like I can only
highlite on some parts of the button just to click on it. I feel like I
have to look for a part of that button and it's annoying me. Is there
another way of making sure that once the mouse is over the button, that you
can click on it without playing "find the hideen spot on the button"?

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  FLASH: click button, Angeline Geronimo

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