1 Reply Latest reply on Jan 25, 2007 9:04 AM by crazyjoemilan

    How'd they do that?

    cgulotta
      Would anyone be able to point me in the right direction or offer help on how to create thumbnail rollovers a la istockphoto
      http://www.istockphoto.com/file_search.php?action=file&text=flourishes&filetypeID=&x=0&y=0
      Here is a page if you have an account to login (it's free) Otherwise, when your rollover the thumbnail, a larger image fills over .
      I'm working for a client who has a shoe boutique and wants to rollover thumbnails of the shoes.

      thanks,
      Christina
        • 1. Re: How'd they do that?
          crazyjoemilan Level 2
          in flash, buttons have 4 states, in the form of 4 frames inside a symbol.

          1) Normal (up)
          2) Over (on RollOver)
          3) Down (onPress)
          4) Hit (hit area)

          Each of these can be changed as its own keyframe. You can also control what you're talking about with actionscript, swapping movieclips around the stage. Macromedia has a bunch of little tutorials that would cover the button stuffs bundled with your original Studio package.

          HH