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    navigation bar

    how can I create a navigation bar similar to the one on this site?http://www.vans.com

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    Are you talking about the bar at the top which says "Home. Shopping. Girls. etc"?
    If you are... then it's pretty easy to get that done. Each button is a symbol which changes when mouse is over the button.
    I can attach examples if that's what you want.
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    That menubar is made of 2-state animation buttons. They are regular buttons with actions on rollover & rollout events.

    On rollover, the first slidein animation is played in an mc & on rollout, the slideout animation is played in the mc.

    I wrote a little tut on it sometime back. I you want it, I'll attach it.
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    I know I'm a little late -coughs- about a year or so since this was started, but I'd love to see the tutorial on that if I could?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kassa
    I know I'm a little late -coughs- about a year or so since this was started
    Are you crazy? Look at the date again. This wasn't started in 2003 but in March 2004.
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    Quote Originally Posted by asp_funda
    Are you crazy? Look at the date again. This wasn't started in 2003 but in March 2004.
    ugh.. clearly i am, i saw the date "june 2003" and didnt read it was not the date of the thread.

    sorry

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    no problem
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    Yeah, since flash mx can assign button event handlers to movie clips, I would highly suggest using movie clips with a motion tween and some key frames. Then you can assign the rollovers and rollout handlers to move to certian keyframes
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