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Return to the Hidden frame and doubleclick the MenuButton. (Make sure Control, Enable Buttons isn't checked). Now add the action below. It will goto the shown frame when the mouse is rolled over the button.

On (RollOver) {
        GotoandStop ("Shown");

If you want, you can press Ctrl-Enter to test your new menu. But there's one problem. The menu doesn't go away again. So go back to the PopMenu editing screen.

Add a new layer below all the other layers and call it Hider. Create a blank keyframe on this layer at Shown. Make a rectangle that is larger than the entire menu system at this frame. Include a decent amount of extra space around the menus, as this will trigger our menu back to the Hidden frame.

» Level Intermediate

Added: 2000-06-26
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Brett Taylor is a multimedia student from Wellington, New Zealand. He sees computer things done and thinks 'Hey, I could do that in Flash!'
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