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Subject: Re: tweened button actions
From: John Croteau
Date: Wed, 25 Feb 1998 06:40:58 GMT

Hi everyone,

Buttons can be clickable when they are motion tweened.
The tweened frames take on the button action established in the
beginning key frame of the tween. It doesn't matter whether the ending
keyframe has the same, a different or no frame action. If it has a
different URL then all but the last frame will use the URL set in the
first frame.
To see this in action go to the Related Resources at Flash Central. All
four resource buttons can be clicked throughout their complete path. If
you miss while they are in motion, right click on the movie and select
back. Click on the i/us button and you can see that a tweened frame is
Note, at times fast moving buttons may not be easily clickable,
especially if the action is very complex.

BTW - The Related Resource Animation has a Wait-for-frame routine to
inhibit repeat playing of the animation. A hidden button at the Rs
allows repeating the animation.

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