12-27-2004, 06:26 AM
I made a text dropdown navigation menu, with the text serving as different buttons for the menu. It's hard to click on each button because its only as wide as the outline of the text. How do I edit the clickable region for the buttons.
Buttons have four frames,up,over,down, hit. The hit frame is not seen by the user but it defines the hit area for the button. If you only use text, there will be gaps between the text that wont register as a hit. Just create a square in the hit frame that covers your text and the button will respond to the size of that square as the hit state. If you have created your own buttons out of movieclips, you can either...... put an invisible MC over the text and target that as the button MC, or give each button MC the same four frames as a button, labeled up,over,down, and hit and the movieclip will respond in the same manner as a button.
Hope it helps
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