The "Hit" state of a buttons timeline is only used to signify the graphical space the button will use. Flash has two options for codeing style. Frame code and object code. Object code goes directly onto the object, in this case, your button. Select the button(single click), open the actions panel and you will see the name of the object you have selected at the top of the panel. Object code looks like...
Frame code is placed on the first frame of the main timeline and establishes it's actions through the instance names of objects. If you give your button an instance name, you can use frame code ...
The advantage of frame code can be seen when editing or modifying a project. Centralized code is much easier to deal with than having to select multiple objects to see the code they contain.
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