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harpervl
Button Question-Adobe Encore.
on Nov 3, 2005 at 4:17:21 pm

Highlighted Buttons ????
I have a question whether all the links on a menu should become lighted
when you scrow down the menu.
I have two colums containing 5 video buttons. When the menu first
opens, the top left button has a colored arrow. When I cursor down to the
second, it's arrow lights and the first button's arrow stays lit as well
as both of the top buttons on the 2nd. column. All arrows continue to stay
highlighted as I move to the bottom. They go out as I move back to the top.
Is there a way to have only the button you cursor over light and then dissappear when you move off of it to another button.
I have tried turning everything off in the routing menu but that doesn't seem
to change anything for some reason.
Any help appreciated.

V.H.


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David Garrett
Re: Button Question-Adobe Encore.
on Nov 3, 2005 at 5:17:59 pm

sounds like your buttons are overlapping each other.... click on the first button and then hold the CTL key whilst clicking on each button in turn, this will bring up the BOUNDING box for each button and will show you where the overlap is.

or check out my site http://www.sitesled.com/members/doogs/downloads.htm and download Tutorial #5 from the basic section, this will show you a few pointers and how to correct the problem.

hope this helps


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harpervl
Re: Button Question-Adobe Encore.
on Nov 3, 2005 at 11:16:03 pm

David,

Thanks for your input. I did as you said and got a blue box with
the little drag squares around each button. They are not touching.
I clicked on the the show button routing at the bottom of the menu
and what I notice is black boxes that show all the buttons
connected. I assume this happened because I imported one
rounded video button and resided it then made copies of it and drug
it to the positions I wanted on the menu background.
I am trying to go through you tutorial now to try and figure out how
to get things seperated.

V. Harper


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