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so a quick and dirty feel-good fix is to do the following...
1) make an invisible button that wraps all the way around your submenu.
2) turn it on when someone rolls over your initial button (kill the onRollOut as)
3) put an OnRollOver() action on your new button that does the same as the previous RollOut button did. Make sure rolling over it kills the actions as well.
Like I said, thats dirty, but it works. You can also code around your problem.
That I tried and unfortunately didn't work. Whenever the user would roll over one sub topic to the next it would disappear.
well, its dirty just because you could actually code around it, but it is 800x faster than anything else.
I bust it out when I really need something fast, but otherwise I try not to build methods that would confuse someone if they had to take over the file lately.
IT WORKED!!!! Oh my word you saved my life for sure - I was understanding it differently but the FLA shows me just what I need - thank you so much you guys are all outstanding :) :)
Yeah i get what you're saying Mr Helpy, about potentially confusing someone who would be working on the project...
so when i do it, i make sure i have no refference to it anywhere else in the FLA, and all the AS goes on the button itself.. I personally would find this easier to work with, than going through alot of code. =)
You're Welcome yellowlilx. good luck with the project!!