Set this.button01_mc.mouseChidren = false.
Thanks for your answer but now it's triggering the "Out" animation when I move the mouse.
Thanks a lot. Your exampled really helped. I've managed to get mine working by replicating yours. Still can't figure out why mine kept triggering but I'll go through it a few more times to see if I can figure it out.
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- Here are some official links:
- Make sure to check out all the code snippets (Window > Code Snippets) related to HTML5.
- You can also use as a reference the template that comes with Animate called "Sample Puzzle Game" under File > New > Templates > HTML5 Canvas.
- The youtuber Martin Melendez - YouTube has excellent videos using Animate CC and HTML5. He uses some pretty basic to advance stuff and his games have really cool artworks and animations. The only "problem" is that he speaks spanish, but event for people of other languages I think it is a good idea to take a look at his videos.
- Another thing I do is to use console.log(object) to see all properties and methods of a specific object. So if you are not sure of all stuff that belongs to a Movie Clip or Button, try this.
Besides all of this, I'll start a series of tutorials showing how to create apps and games in Animate using AS3 and HTML5, so wish me luck!
Thanks a lot. Send me a link to your channel when it get it started. You'll have one subscriber straight away.
This is nice!
I bookmarked this thread and I'll let you know as soon as I start. Thanks!