Button problem in Adobe flash cs4

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This is hanns,I use adobe flash cs4 for creating cartoon & photo presention.But their have some problem.some button of photo presenting don't work.I create two button "Previous & next" .Next button work properly but previous button doesn't work.I give commend from action script 2.0 on the both button but my previous button don't work properly.So i don't finish my work.This is the problem in my flash cs4.Any body can't solve this problem.So my questions in is "How can i create my button properly".please give me a solution as soon as possible.




Best Answer by razib_mahamud
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Button problem in Adobe flash cs4


Hello Hanns,


Please do the following steps to create your button properly:


> Double click on your button to edit it. You will see the timeline change to show a timeline with four frames with the words Up, Over, Down and Hit. These are the names of the button states. The up contains what the button looks like when it isn’t pressed or rolled over, the over is when the mouse is over it, the down is when the user clicks on it and the hit is the active area that the user can

hit to make the button work.


> Add the additional states to your button by doing the following:

    a) Click in the frame underneath the word over and pressF6 to add a key frame. Change your button in this frame.

    b) Click in the frame underneath the word down and press F6 to add a key frame. Change your button again.


> Click Ctrl + Enter to test your button. You should see it change as you move your mouse over it and click on it.


Hope you can do this perfectly

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Answered By 0 points N/A #104754

Button problem in Adobe flash cs4



Interactivity is one of the best attributes of Adobe Flash CS4.  It allows viewers of dynamic content created in Flash, the opportunity be an active part of a presentation, animation, game, or portfolio. In order to take advantage of the interactivity available to designers in Flash, you must know how to create interactive buttons. 

You can turn anything into a button, so be sure to be creative when you are designing them.  It can be an image, a shape or even a little animation. You can create your custom buttons in Adobe Photoshop or Adobe Illustrator and import them into the Flash library.  You really are only limited by your creativity. 

Not want to make custom buttons?  No problem.  Adobe Flash includes a premade button library.  These premade buttons can be found by going to "Window"->"Common Libraries"->"Buttons".  Just drag the button to the stage.  You can even edit the button if you want. 

The featured video art lesson shows you how to create interactive buttons in Adobe Flash CS4.


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