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Drag and Drop movieclips between scrolling movieclips

Posted on 2008-10-31
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I want to be able to populate a movieclip wrapper on the left side of the graphic as well as the right side dynamically. Both are scrolling movieclips containing  dynamically populated movieclips. So far I understand what is needed.

I want to be able to drag and drop one or multiple movieclips from the left side to the right side and vice versa. I am not sure if there is already a component that will allow me to do that or if I will need to code it. Any help pointing me to a link would be greatly appreciated.

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by:blue-genie
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will u upload what you have so far
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by:msukow
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I can't - this is a flash file embedded in a director movie. And the director movie does all the database manipulations.
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There is a setting that allows for multiple mc's to be grabbed. It is built-in, so no programming needed.
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