I'm still a little new to all of this and I'm wondering where I should place that little snippet. Would it go in compositionReady?
Okay, so I figured out where to put the code and everything works just fine and dandy until I actually click the menu button to bring the menu in. The problem is that there are buttons in the menu symbol that take users to different areas on the main timeline. So these buttons need to be clickable which I fixed by using this: sym.$("Implant_menu").css("pointer-events","auto"); ... however if I choose not to navigate to another page and simply close the menu to get back to where I was, I end up right back at the original issue. I cannot click the buttons underneath the bounding box of the menu symbol.
Can I assign the same compositionReady code to the "close menu" button to basically revert my mainstage back to sym.$("Implant_menu").css("pointer-events","none"); ?
All I want is for this symbol to piss off until I want it to show up. Is that too much to ask?
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have you tried to use z-index and have the event on what is in your symbol rather than the symbol itself?
I think I figured it out. Or at least found a fix for my issue. I originally built the symbol separately and imported it. For some reason the imported symbol has a frame that surrounds the entire animation. I deleted it and started a new symbol directly inside of my main document and everything works fine.