Why aren't you just using the same buttons for both the onRelease and onRollOver. The one sitting on top will block access to the one below.
Thank you for the suggestion! I will try that tonight and let you know if
I'm successful. I hadn't set it up that way originally as I assumed that
having more than one command assigned to a button would only allow the last
command in the code to apply.
Thank you very much---I'll post back as soon as I have tried your solution.
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You can have a variety of different interactions assigned to the same object... onPress, onRelease, onRollOver, onRollOut, and more.
Well, that almost did the trick! I tried assigning both onRelease and onRollover to the same buttons, and while the onRollover function is working now, onRelease doesn't work at all.
In menu1, I listed the onRollover functions last, and then onRelease stopped working.
So I made menu2, where the onRelease functions are listed last, expecting then the onRollover functions to not work, but instead, onRollover still works and onRelease still doesn't?
Does onRollover have some kind of priority over onRelease?
Or am I just writing the actionscript incorrectly?
Actually, I just realized what I was doing wrong! Your answer was correct, and I'll mark it as such.
My last problem was with static text that I had inserted over the buttons to indicate which menu option had been rolled over...which eliminated the button's accessiblity...obviously...<sigh>
Anyway, Thank You very, very much for your help----I GREATLY appreciate it!!!!