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Slideshow with "next" and "previous" buttons

Slideshow with "next" and "previous" buttons

Slideshow with "next" and "previous" buttons

(OP)
Hi there, I just need to make a basic slideshow of photos, but instead of scrolling through them automatically, i need to use buttons to go to the next image, and so on.

Can anyone please provide me with an example of the scripting i would need to apply to the buttons. I know its pretty simple but im getting it wrong somewhere and could really use your help!
There are a lot of photos, so im guessing the scripting will have to refer to the current cast member +1 in order to move through the lot, but im just not sure how to apply this...

Thanks,
Mike

RE: Slideshow with "next" and "previous" buttons

This will swap the picture in sprite(1) to the next one in the cast.

-- behaviour attached to a button
on mouseUp me
  sprite(1).memberNum = sprite(1).memberNum + 1
end mouseUp
--

Kenneth Kawamoto
www.materiaprima.co.uk

RE: Slideshow with "next" and "previous" buttons

You might want to add a little bit of code to avoid and error when you go to click next on your last photo. Something like:

-- X = your max number

if sprite(1).memberNum > X then
sprite(1).memberNum = 1

--or instead of a number, a preset property with your spritenumber in.

RE: Slideshow with "next" and "previous" buttons

(OP)
Thanks guys! That was a great help and it worked perfectly!

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