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Movieclip visible when mouse enters "movieclip._visible = 0;"

Posted on 2003-10-22
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I have a movieclip "information" with a button which, when clicked, hides the "information" movieclip .
How do I make the movieclip visible again without clicking a button, but by the mouse moving away from the movieclip "information"?
Scene 1
   Actions
      frame 1
         actions for frame 1
            // ----------
            // INITIALIZE
            // ----------
   fotoinfo
      frame 1
         information

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which language/ components?
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Macromedia Flash
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make the movie clip into a button there is a mouse over or up button play the movie in it on the mouse out stop the movie. you will get better answers at macromedia's flash forum.
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Where do I find this forum ?
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