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the textarea includes a scrollbar. why are you adding another?
OK sorry, I am mistaken. It is just dynamic text I am using.
Is there a way to assign a Level to the UIScrollBar so it goes behind or stays on
a certain row of the timeline?
you can use the movieclip method swapDepths() to change the depth of movieclips (including the uiscrollbar).
After some researching I found it more productive to use a textArea component.
One reason was the UIScrollBar is attached to it so dynamicallt resizing and moving is a breeze.
I looked into the movieclip method swapDepths() to change the depth of movieclips and found
it may be useful down the road.
The main point of this thread was the dynamic UIScrollBar sitting on top of the area when created.
With a dynamic textArea it positions itself acording to the Layer hiarcy. Add setSyles and there is
no reason I see to use Dynamic text unless for less overhead???
Thankyou kglad for you input!