I've got a simple movieclip, compiled in flash 9, that has
some elements and a ball clip callerd BALL, I've exported this
movieclip for actionscript so I can access it's property's in
What I want is to be able to drag the movie clip arround in
the screen and for this I'm using actionscript, the idea is that
this first movieclip is a SKIN son all the code is in another
movieclip that loads the ball movie on runtime.
Since I want the ball to follow a specific path, that's not a
straight line, I'm not using the DRAG command, instead I'm using
MOUSEMOVE to calculate the ball position.
It worked fine if I loaded the movieclip from my hard drive,
but if I load it from a web server I can only track the mouse when
its OUT of the ball Clip, if the mouse is over any element of the
BALL clip I don't get the mousemove event.
I thought it might be a SANDBOX problem, but strangely, if I
add the following line:
I don't get a sand box violation and I was able to track the
mouse all the time.
I couldn't find any documentation about any security
restrictions for mouse move so I was wondering if this is a correct
bheavior or not, or should I have some considerations when handling
stage events in loaded clips.