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MONDAY 28 MAY, 2007

Dragable window.

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Dragable window. Draw a rectangle, convert it to movieclip (F8) and open it for editing (by clicking twice). In this movieclip draw something like title of window, select it and conver to symbol (F8) but this time not movieclip but button. Go out of movieclip and name it. For this select movieclip, press Ctrl+F3 (Properties), there you will see field . Pront there "win" and press "Enter". Now select button and get to panel "Actions" (F9) and print there this script: on (press) { startDrag("win"); } on (release) { stopDrag(); } You also can try to do same using "onClipEvevnt" and "keyDown" but it will work for all flash movie.

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