Now the showing both or none of the textcaption problem is solved by adding two actions of "hide textcaption_1&2" to the on enter event of the slide.
Problem solved --- except for the annoying audio icon displaying everytime I rollover --- cuz I don't have anything else to put inside of the rollover slidelet except for the audio. --- I know that if you put a text caption inside then the audio icon won't show, but I need to do conditional text caption display so it seems I can't solve this. Can someone tell me how to solve it? Thanks.
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Another thing you might try is using one or more Event Handler widgets to play the audio on rollover of the picture.
Event Handlers can trigger Advanced Actions on many different types of mouse events including rollover, rollout and click.
You just need to attach the audio file you want to have play to the Success caption of the Event Handler and make the caption a transparent caption so that it does not get seen by the user. They just hear the audio play.
If you want to try out this idea, you can download a trial version Event Handler widget from this here.
How bout a text caption with no text in it, or one where the text matches the background color so you can't see it (inside the rollover slidelet)?
Hi Rod, I made it work using my old method. The reason that it didn't work was because I didn't "hide" both text captions when first enter the slide. So I just added another advanced action script to the "on enter" event of the slide. Then everything works fine.
But I found that we have already purchased your even handler widget without knowing what it can do. I just tried it out and yes it is a very useful widget. Thanks for the instruction.