1 Reply Latest reply on Mar 23, 2010 6:35 PM by kglad

    If and Else Statements?

    angryannoyance

      Okay first off keep in mind I am using Macromeida Flash Professional 8 (ActionScript 2).

       

       

      So right now I have a fly-out menu. On the rollover of a button a movie clip (hairtray2) zooms and fades in. Within the movie clip (hairtray2) there is a movie clip (tester2). The "tester2" movie clip has

      on (press) {

      startDrag ("");

      }

      on (release) {

      stopDrag ();

      }

      in its actions.

       

       

      How do i make tester2 stay when its is dragged off hairtray2 but zoom back with hairtray2 when it is still on it?

       

       

      This is my ActionScrip right now:

      import mx.transitions.Tween;

      import mx.transitions.easings.*;

       

      var startX:Number = hairtray2._x;

      var hairtrayf:Tween;

      var hairtraym:Tween;

       

      hairbtn.onRollOver = function  () {

                hairtrayf = new Tween(hairtray2,"_alpha",Regular.easeOut,0,100,12,false);

                hairtraym = new Tween(hairtray2,"_x",Regular.easeOut,startX,startX+650,6,false);

      }

       

      topsbtn.onRollOver = function  () {

                if(hairtray2._alpha > 0) {

                          hairtrayf.stop();

                          hairfraym.stop();

                          hairtray2._alpha = 0;

                          hairtray2._x = startX;

                }

      }

       

      I really need this problem resolved. Here is my current movie:

      http://angryannoyance.deviantart.com/art/serhf-145743212