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You can't really do that with a button. A button only has 3 frames that
you get to see. The Up frame and the Over frame can have a movieClip
inserted into those frames so that you see some sort of animation when
the cursor is off the button or over the button.
When the cursor leaves a button, the button immediately shows the Up
frame. If you have an animation at this frame, it will play. But this is
the same animation that you see before the button is used, so it's not
unique the rollOut event.
If you want to create a button that shows more activity than a button
allows for, you can do that, but you have to create a movieClip that
acts as a button.
If you do a search through this forum, you'll find a lot of information
on this subject with a bunch of pointers to examples.
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thanks a lot, I´ll do a research over the forum, by the way I was thinking in something, Swish have a action called Reverse,that makes the same previous actions but back,does flash have something resource like that?.