All of the button states are in a movie clip with 4 frames, one for each button state.
Each time a test changes the button in frame 2, it passes the "button" Movie Clip a "Go to and Play" command with the destination frame's label, thus changing the button state.
The only button that has anything more than a "play" command is it is the "Next Effect" button, in which I load the next movie using the "movie" variable (example: Load Movie("Test" & movie & ".swf", 1)).
That's about it, if you have any questions regarding this tutorial or FLASHtyper in general, run over to Flashkit's FLASHtyper forum and ask away!
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