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If the buttons work in authoring but not in a projector, then its most
likely that the down state member for the button can't be found. This
may be because you have a member name problem: two or more members with
the same name.
The concept of pause and stop are left over from analogue tape players.
I only use stop and play for any controls that I create. Some people
differentiate the two by what happens after that command is given. For
pause, the play command given after will continue to play the audio or
video at the point of the pause. For stop, the play commmand given after
will cause the audio or video to play from the beginning of the file.
I believe that the pause button should be set out in the barn next to
the anvil and the blotter. You can use the crank handle from your car to
hold it down. It that won't hold it, stuff it under the top cover of the
fax machine out there.
The fast play forward, |<<, and reverse, |>>, buttons are used to play
the file at a faster than normal speed either forward or backward.
Adobe Community Expert
On Wed, 03 Jan 2007 14:18:47 GMT, Rob Dillon - Adobe Community Expert posted
> I believe that the pause button should be set out in the barn next to
> the anvil and the blotter. You can use the crank handle from your car to
> hold it down. It that won't hold it, stuff it under the top cover of the
> fax machine out there.
And I still use (and love) fountain pens! Haven't used a dip pen in years and
no blotters with today's inks.
In my case, I use a single Pause/Play button - Pause and Resume. Only one of
my recent projects had an additional Stop button which behaved just as Media
Player's button - Stop and immediately go to beginning.
> The fast play forward, |<<, and reverse, |>>, buttons are used to play
> the file at a faster than normal speed either forward or backward.
Hmm. I think of them as
<< fast reverse (reverse search in VHS speak)
>> fast forward (forward search)
|<< previous track (on CDs and DVD-Videos)
>>| next track (on CDs and DVD-Videos)
I rarely use any of these in Director. The last two can be useful when there
is a list of videos to play: jump to the previous/next video in the list.
Mark A. Boyd
Thanks guys. OR it could be that I had a mask and a drag mask covering the buttons!!!
I think I'm just going to use play, pause, and stop (back to start) buttons. I don't need a reverse or forward as I have a slider.
p.s. I still use a dip quill pen for calligraphy.