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not sure if this is the correct way to go about this, but this is wot i do
first of i make another layer and call it something like page
click the frames on this layer that u want to link to and from and give them a instance name. u should see a red flag on the frame when u do it
now create a button and add this code
the "page" u need to chg to the frame u want it to go to
sry didn't read u wanted a context menu
for that i would make a new movie clip with all of the buttons in with the above code. then on another btn u want the menu to drop down from , double click on it and add the movie clip with the btns onto the over frame
like i said probably not the best or easiest way to do it but i'm not very fluent with action script!
try google for tutorials for the script r wait till some 1 else has a look!
The problem is the galleries are created via an external XML file, so I'm not sure how I would label the frames.
u would have to add a blank movie clip that loads up the xml
but like i said this probably isn't the best way to go about it, more of a work around for people that arn't fluent with actionscript
what's supposed to happen when one of your clickMenu() functions execute and why are you using asfunctions?
I am trying to get it to advance to the appropriate gallery. I used asfunction because it works for a text link and I do not know actionscript very well. I have attached the code that builds the gallery links from the xml file. How do I call up the appropriate function?
and those onRelease handlers cause your application to "...advance to the appropriate gallery"?
Figured it out. It was so simple, I can't believe it took me that long.