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Animate CC as3.0 [Mouse range] Problem

Explorer ,
Oct 30, 2022 Oct 30, 2022

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Animate CC as3.0 [Mouse range] Problem

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stage => (0,0,720,480)
wantRectangle => (200,420,380,480)

 

var r:Number = 100;
MovieClib.bar.addEventListener(MouseEvent.MOUSE_UP, prg);
MovieClib.bar.startDrag(true, new Rectangle(0, 0, r, 0));
stage.addEventListener(MouseEvent.MOUSE_UP, prg);

 

When I run this, other buttons outside the "wantRectangle" range cause problems
(Example, the problem of intermittent interruption when playing music, etc.)

 

Query how to execute "prg" on stage scope within wantRectangle scope


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Community Expert ,
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when you run what?  (what you showed is pseudo-code with typos, isn't it?)

 

and what problems with "other buttons" do you have?

 

and is wantRectangle as movieclip with its parent the stage and prg is encoded on the main timeline? 

 

if yes to everything, then

 

parent.prg() or this.parent.prg() would execute prg from the wantRectangle timeline.

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Thank you
When "MOUSE_UP" is performed only within the "wantRectangle" range
I want to know how the "prg" function is executed

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i'm not sure what exactly you want but the event properties will tell you which object is dispatching the event and the mouse's location.

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