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custom scroll bar
I have a few problems with the custom scrollbar option in director and was wondering if i could get some help on this.
My up arrow and down arrow are both bitmaps that i created in paint in director, my bar is a shape that i created in director, and my dragger is a bitmap. When i play the movie my bar and dragger move to the left a bit and my arrows move off stage, i can still scroll the text using the arrows although they are off screen and i can also use the dragger to scroll the text, but not ideal as all of these members seem to move all over the place and i just cant get them to stay where i put them originally.
If anyone could help that would be great
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Re: custom scroll bar
The behavior tries to position the controls in relationship to the text,
if you had bitmaps with contract white space property turned off it may
be aligning to the left edge of the white box surrounding the bitmap.
Arturo Toledo #3
Re: custom scroll bar
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news:lingoguy-9080AF.firstname.lastname@example.org...> The behavior tries to position the controls in relationship to the text,
> if you had bitmaps with contract white space property turned off it may
> be aligning to the left edge of the white box surrounding the bitmap.
Arturo Toledo Guest