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    Default Re: Copying Behaviors?!

    Why not just apply it from the appropriate behaviors panel?

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    Dave
    -----------------------------------------------------------------
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    I'd be twice as smart as I was before I forgot everything.
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    David R. Wheeler Guest

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    MadWebber wrote:
    > I did. But I have lots of different layers that require the same behavior
    > but different layer names.
    Copying the code of behaviors is doable. But some behaviors have placed
    several snippets in various parts of the doc, and if you don't know
    where to look or which that are related, you'll fail.

    I suppose the easiest way if you have a lot of scripts (behaviors) that
    you want to copy into a page that's supposed to have similar/identical
    behaviors would be to copy the entire page and in e.g. standard/design
    view remove the elements you don't need and edit the ones you want to alter.

    Else, it's starting from scratch....

    HTH

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    Default Re: Copying Behaviors?!

    can you 'save as command' in the history palette?

    joe




    "Dan Vendel *GOF*" <see_my_signature__the_bottom_of_the_post.com> wrote in
    message news:bfqna4$goc$2forums.macromedia.com...
    > MadWebber wrote:
    >
    > > I did. But I have lots of different layers that require the same
    behavior
    > > but different layer names.
    >
    > Copying the code of behaviors is doable. But some behaviors have placed
    > several snippets in various parts of the doc, and if you don't know
    > where to look or which that are related, you'll fail.
    >
    > I suppose the easiest way if you have a lot of scripts (behaviors) that
    > you want to copy into a page that's supposed to have similar/identical
    > behaviors would be to copy the entire page and in e.g. standard/design
    > view remove the elements you don't need and edit the ones you want to
    alter.
    >
    > Else, it's starting from scratch....
    >
    > HTH
    >
    > --
    > Dan Vendel - *GOF*
    > [url]http://www.vendel.info[/url]
    > Contact me directly by clicking here:
    > [url]http://contact.vendel.info[/url]
    > Formmail tutorial:
    > [url]http://www.vendel.info/tut/formmail.html[/url]
    > Nested table demonstration:
    > [url]http://www.vendel.info/tabletut/[/url]
    >

    Joe {RoastHorse} Guest

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    Joe {RoastHorse} wrote:
    > can you 'save as command' in the history palette?
    No idea. A quick test: The behaviors applied appeared with a red "X" in
    DW4 on Mac, and when trying to save as command, an alert pops up saying
    roughly that "steps taken that have a red X can't be replayed". Tried
    with two behaviors, but it indicates it won't work.. Good idea if it
    had, though...

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    Dan Vendel *GOF* wrote:
    >
    > No idea. A quick test: The behaviors applied appeared with a red "X"
    ....in the History panel, that is....


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