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Why is this not rotating properly?!

Posted on 2004-09-08
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Hello experts,

I'm writing a website in flash and have a menu system which, when a user clicks an item, rotates a movieclip to a new position.

My source file is at

http://www.spydes.com/sample.fla

I've noticed that if you click on the buttons from left to right, when it gets to button 5 it rotates the wrong way! Does anyone know how to fix this?  It's for a client and i need it really quickly.

Thanks in advance,

Bob
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Please see this link.
http://www16.brinkster.com/photoflash/sample2.swf

replace .swf with .fla to download the source. hope this will solve your problem
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Hi nishasrilankan!

Thanks for that, it does the job brilliantly!  I've downloaded the source for it and am getting an unexpected file format error, could you please try backsaving it to 5 for me?  That's be grand.

Cheers,

Bob
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Sorry I made them with FMX2004 7.2 to and cannot be save to FL 5.
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