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Sliding menubar

Sliding menubar

Sliding menubar


I've been trying to make interactive sliding navigation bar that goes in opposite direction than my mouse when roll over (only in horisontal direction).

I found few sliding menu fla's in internet, but the problem is that I'm a quite newie with Flash so it's a bit hard to understand what's the meaning of all scripts and symbols. + I didn't find any fla's with only this basic sliding menu - there were always some extras with (like rollover animations) and it makes it even harder to understand..!

So, what I wanted to do is simple x position sliding menu bar that goes in opposite direction than my mouse cursor.It also contains a few links to other scenes in my Flash movie.

Can u help me?

Thanks in advance,


RE: Sliding menubar


What do you mean when you say it move in an opposite direction? I want to help you but i don't get your idea.

Write me at ferhelping@yahoo.com if you want help.


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