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  • How to assign multiple event rollovers?

    Just wondering if anyone knows how to assign multiple event rollovers to a page. I know if you use %InfoVar%, you can have it change to when passing over a button or text. But is there a way to have different parts of the screen change? For example, I have three buttons, 1, 2, 3 - when the user passes over 1, I want a certain section of the screen to change to tell what happens if you click 1 - and if you pass over button 2, I want another different section of the screen to say something else. Any help?

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    Re: How to assign multiple event rollovers?

    Hi David,
    I guess I am a bit confused about your question; have you read the tutorial on showing and hiding objects http://www.indigorose.com/kb/AMS30Tu...AndHiding.pdf? Since you mentioned %InfoVar% in your post I am assuming that you have. If I am understanding you correctly you wish to have three buttons, when you move over button 1, something is displayed in position 1. Then when you move over button 2 something is displayed in position 2 instead of position 1. Is this correct? Well if this is what you want to do then you will just have to have a variable associated with each button, i.e. have a %InfoVar1%, %InfoVar2%, and %InfoVar3%. Simply put them in different places and associate their actions with the correct button and everything should work fine.
    If I have misunderstood you post please reply and explain it to me further.

    mark.
    MSI Factory The Next Generation Intelligent Setup Builder

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      Re: How to assign multiple event rollovers?

      Exactly Mark! I actually had no idea that there were even tutorials available. I just figured it out on my own using the templates! Pls check out the Beta board Mark, I have posted something there...

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