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Thread: onMouseDown 2 help?!!

  1. #1

    onMouseDown 2 help?!!

    Hi,
    I have a game which is a sort of mouse avoider. In the game I want the player to go to the gameover page when the player clicks the right mouse button but I can't find the code!
    I have this code but it only works for the left mouse button:

    onMouseDown = function() {
    gotoAndPlay("gameover");
    }

    please help a.s.a.p

  2. #2
    The right mouse button is only used to display the contextMenu which displays adobe's settings and about stuff + whatever else you decide, you cannot use it to perform in-game actions.

  3. #3
    ok i hear your problem and i have ran into the same problem apparently theres html and other codes that do that but i just used a custom cursor and that makes the mouse invisible when they right click so they cant see where they are going. hope that helps.

  4. #4
    there are. But they only work with bad programming.

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