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Chapter 13. Interactivity with Objects > Adding Actions to Buttons

Adding Actions to Buttons

All Flash buttons have certain actions built in. By default, when you move the mouse into the button area, Flash jumps to the Over frame; when you click the button, Flash takes you to the Down frame. To create more interactivity or to refine the way a button responds to a user’s mouse movements, you attach ActionScripts to an instance of a button. The process is similar to adding frame actions (see Chapter 12).

Throughout the rest of this chapter, you’ll be working with actions that make Flash move from frame to frame; therefore, it will be useful to create a multiframe document that has identifying text in each frame.


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