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Thread: Help sliding up and down menu flash cs5 or cs4

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    Help sliding up and down menu flash cs5 or cs4

    Hi, im trying to create a cafe flash website in Flash CS5. My problem is that I know how to create regular buttons that point to different frames but i want to make the site nice. The only button that will be a drop down button is the Menu button that will give me soup, salad...

    My problem is that this type of vertical drop down menu will drop over other buttons. I want the buttons bellow the menu button to drop or shift down as well when the mouse cursor is over or clicking the menu button.

    I have tried to search the internet to create a vertical sliding drop down menu but had no success.

    Any help or links to tutorial for flash cs3, cs4, or cs5 will be greatly appreciated.

    thanks, greg.

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    Try searching Google for "as3 accordion" or something along those lines. That is similar to what you are looking for, and perhaps will help you grasp the concept of what to do.

    If you still can't find anything, just reply back, and I will take a look around for you or write up some custom code. But try searching for a solution first.
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    learningactionscript3.com has an article on relative positioning.
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