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Author: Kevin Ford | Website:


This tutorial uses action scripting and duplicating movie scripts to create mouseover effects while keeping the file size to a bare minimum. Previously, this effect has been produced manually by the designer with Flash, here the program Flash does the work. This tutorial is also a variation on the Moving Solar Boxes.

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Added: 2000-10-04
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Kevin Ford is a part time web designer who is looking to make it a full time occupation. After being introduced to Flash, he has come to fully appreciate its powers of web design.
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