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Problem with rollover in movieclip in scrollpane

Posted on 2006-11-01
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This is a followup question from this thread:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Web/WebDevSoftware/Flash/Q_22044839.html

Now I have this script that works excellent with the help from the great Aneeshchopra.

my_mc is a empty movieclip in my library
and clip1 and clip2 are the clips i need to display in my scrollpane.

mypane.contentPath = "my_mc";
mycontainer = mypane.content;
temp = mycontainer.attachMovie("clip1", "clip1", 1, {_y:0});
temp2 = mycontainer.attachMovie("clip2", "clip2", 2, {_y:18});

after this script here above which works excellent like i mentioned I have this script because I want to interact with clip1 and clip2:

clip1Class.prototype = new MovieClip();
Object.registerClass("clip1", clip1Class);
clip1Class.prototype.onRollOver = function() {
      trace("rollover");
};

But I cant get it to do the trace?

Does anybody know whats the problem here?



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you need a constructor for the class.. try this..

function clip1Class() {}
clip1Class.prototype = new MovieClip();
clip1Class.prototype.onRollOver = function() {
     trace("rollover");
}
Object.registerClass("clip1", clip1Class);


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by:Fern2
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thx Zeffer. Brilliant
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