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Thread: Drop Down Menu

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    Drop Down Menu

    Okay, I have looked at the tutorials on Kirupa for a drop down menu, and I'm not necessarily looking for an XML driven menu...I want something similar to this:

    I want something similar to the navigation bar that says "Approved Components, Music For Flash, Menu Components, Flash Components".

    I like how the drop down works and then goes back up when you roll off.

    Does anyone know of a good tutorials for that? I'm having a serious brain fart!


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    TheCanadian's Avatar
    Noo doot aboot it, eh?
    Look into the Menu and MenuBar components.
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    Maybe getTimer() or TweenMax is the answer to your problem . . .

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    KILTRO's Avatar
    The Gold It`s In The.....
    Well is not a tutorial itself (i mean it doesnt go through the code and that) but it explain something (also you can download the file, which helps a lot):

    I think it you follow the code you will archieve the same dropdown menu that you wanted. Just change the instance that the button needs to drop-down. (on the expample you need to click, and the one that you are looking for works when the mouse rol over it)

    Hope that will help you. If not i think i have seen a tutorial about that here, just cant remember whixh category

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    Thanks so much looks like that will help alot!

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    KILTRO's Avatar
    The Gold It`s In The.....
    You are welcome. Im happy to see that helped you.

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    It sure did...I don't know why I was having such a problem figuring that out! I create Flash navigation on a daily basis, I just was having a serious brain lapse!

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