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i'd use a mouseDown to check a hitTest loop running through movieclips and objects. if the hitTest is neg for all movieclips and objects, i'd register a wildCounter increment.
and then scare the heck out 'em. tell them their house is going to fall through the earth and their computer is going to explode.
No wonder the small children don't like math! Isn't your specialty pediatrics? No wonder, you are soooo good with children.
Thanks I am leaning toward that approach. I will need some way to "register" the movieclips that count as a good hit because there are often many movieclips that are just part of the animated background and shouldn't be clicked on.
Thanks. Its nice sometimes to listen to the voices outside my head!
lol, yep. i'm a pediatrician. but i would never say anything like that. it's fun to laugh about it but it could really upset a child younger than 11 years of age that would be inclined to believe such non-sense.