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Question with scrolling Thumbnails in photogallery

Posted on 2004-08-28
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Ok here is the files
http://theyac.org/photoGallery.zip

The problem I am having Is that I load the photogallery into the main photogallery externally and I have this slider thumbnail thing that slides the thumbnails back and forth well it works fine inside of itself but when loaded externally it shifts the hit area over to the left of the swf that it is loaded into.  So just look at the files and you will see I think it has something to do with the slider script, but I can't figure out what to do to change it to move it over.

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hi fixixben,

I noticed you have nMcWidth set to 284, but the swf it is being loaded is 550 pixels wide, so it is still reacting to the mouse at the same point from the left-hand side of the parent movieclip.

I changed the line to "nMcWidth = 550;" in your onClipEvent(load) function, and it now works fine for me
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Thanks Man I am retarded I set it to the width of the class one not the main one duh.  
Thanks Alot

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Only too glad to help ;-)
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