not really. how's clicking "st" add ROAD?
yeah it was supposed to be STREET/LANE
but you get the idea... minus that one part...
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use the flash string methods and either movieclip buttons with a custom property for those strings or use an associative array to allow retrieval of the strings you want added to your textfield.
hmmm - that's kind of what I was thinking was the proper path - I think the one part I'm hung up on is how to build it dynamically. What would I use to build the text dynamically. Also - depending on what buttons are pressed, changes the order of the text...
So if they have A, C, D, and F pressed the text field might read A/D/C/F
But if they press H then it might read D/A/H/C/F
lol - I know, it's not easy - I think i can figure out that based on using some conditional statements - but I'm not sure about how to do the building of the dynamic text box - I'm assuming we'll be using the trace feature, using variables maybe? Assigning the strings to those variables??