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Take a look at this discussion on dropdown navigation. There's an fxp example file. I think this may answer your question.
Here is an article I wrote for InsideRIA (http://insideria.com/2009/10/flash-catalyst-beta-2-combobox.html) which describes how to build a drop down list (aka combo box).
Since you want the initial state to be 'invisible', either clone the visual layer beneath the region you want the button to sit on and use that as the initial state of the component, or make a rectangle and set it''s opacity to 1%. The reason is if the element is not visible or missing, mouse events aren't triggered.
Hope this helps,
Hi! I'll tell what I done, I convert the "image 1" to button, and edit it in Catalyst, UP = "image 1"; OVER = "image 1", "link 1", "link 2" and "BGimagelink"; DOWN = "image 1", "link 1", "link 2" and "BGimagelink". The links where text, y convert them to images and then to buttons; so when you put the mouse over or click it dropdown the menu and you can click it.
Sorry for my english.