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Lesson 19. Advanced Navigation > Completing the Feedback Sequence Using mouseLe...

Completing the Feedback Sequence Using mouseLeave

You used mouseEnter to branch to the animation sequence in frames 40 through 48, and so, logically enough, you will use mouseLeave to leave the animation sequence and branch back to the main menu once the mouse pointer is no longer over the Restaurants button.

There's one complication, however. Until now, you have been creating navigation by attaching scripts to cast members. The cast member scripts are appropriate because you always want the cast members to react in the same way no matter where they occur within the score. Another important feature of cast member scripts is that they tend to be unique: the actions in the script are specific to the cast member.


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