2 Replies Latest reply on Sep 22, 2009 2:41 AM by bennos89

    onMouseDown Help

    bennos89

      Hi, Guys

       

      My onMouseDown wont works when I upload the website. But work totally fine when I test it (Ctrl+Enter) or swf files. Some of them suggest it has got to do with the loadclip. Therefore, my onMouseDown wont works.

       

       

      Sitemap

       

                          loadClip onward & createEmptyMovieClips
      1. index.swf        ---->        2. index1.swf Main Menu and Content        ---->        3. Book flip engine        ---->        4. Load Page by page swf

       

       

       

      3. Is where my onMouseDown were. I have no ideas or is there a workaround for it. Is there anything got to do with loadClip or EmptyMovieClip?

       

           //initializing mouse click handler
           mousecontroll = new Object();
           mousecontroll.onMouseDown = function()

           {

           }

       

           mousecontroll.onMouseUp = function()
           {

           }

       

           Mouse.addListener(mousecontroll);

       

           When I return to index1.swf, I will unload 3 and at the same time remove the mousecontroll object

       

           function removeML()
           {
               Mouse.removeListener(mousecontroll);   
           }

       

       

       

       

       


      Thank You

      Benson

        • 1. Re: onMouseDown Help
          kglad Adobe Community Professional & MVP

          swfs that work locally and fail when uploaded usually have a typo.  ie, locally test.swf looks the same as test.SWF.  when uploaded they are different. 

           

          so, double check the case of all files that fail to load correctly.

          • 2. Re: onMouseDown Help
            bennos89 Level 1

            Hi,

             

            Yup, I check. All the swf files are in small cap. But the problem still the same. Sometimes when I refresh the page or view the sites, the onMouseDown works. But most of the time fail.

             

            Benson