0 Replies Latest reply on May 16, 2007 5:40 PM by DeepPowder

    External Interface and Mouse Clicks

      I'm new to writing ActionScript.
      I am working in .NET (C#) environment using AxShockwaveFlashObjects.
      I am simply trying to react to a mouse click on the Flash ActiveX Control.

      I have inserted the code in a layer only used for script:
      import flash.external.ExternalInterface;
      var mouseListener:Object = new Object();
      var boolMouseDown:Boolean = false;
      mouseListener.onMouseDown = function ()
      boolMouseDown = true;
      mouseListener.onMouseUp = function()
      if (boolMouseDown)
      ExternalInterface.call("MouseClicked", "NavigateToURL", " http://www.adobe.com");
      boolMouseDown = false;

      I get the MouseClick event in my C# code. The problem is that I get TWO of the same event ??
      Can someone tell me why or how I should be doing this to get only one event.