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FListbox Autoselect on roll over

Posted on 2003-11-19
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How do I get the FListbox to autoselect the item without have to click on the left mouse button. And maybe play a click sound when it changes item. :)
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Question by:haakons
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by:negatyve
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Do you want the rollover to fire the eventHandler too?
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by:haakons
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Yes. If I can catch wich index that the mouse pointer is over and select it.
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sample: http://www.negatyve.com/EE/listBoxRollOver/listBoxRollOver.html
source: http://www.negatyve.com/EE/listBoxRollOver/listBoxRollOver.zip

the code the makes the difference is inside "overwrite" movieclip.
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