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anyone know the answer?
What version of Flash do you have?
I put your code into a movie and it worked. I copied it directly from the code above. The only thing that came back was during compiling (in Flash 8) was that the onEnterFrame defintion was missing a "}" and had an extra ";". It should be:
I am using Flash 8. That was a typo in the forums, my actual code has that. Is there a problem when you have two functions in different movie clips trying to work at the same time or something? Because the very first movieclip/button work perfectly....the second one doesnt work at all.
It worked as I expected and each movieclip was functioning separately from the other. The only thing that I had a little trouble with was that when the mouse was hidden, it was difficult to tell when it was over the other button until it just suddenly appeared.
I just started from scratch and really payed attention to the code and everything worked perfectly. Thanks :D
Now I have a new problem though. Since these buttons are on the same layer, when one button is rolled over, it needs to move in from of the other two. I have used a normal swapdepths(1000); in each movie clip, but that doesnt work. How do I make the movie clip come to the front of the other two at all times?
Nevermind, used this code for swapping depths: