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    is this possible with flash?

    Hi, I am just wondering if this can be done with flash cs3:

    * a menu for a website with several links, each link is just text like "home" "gallery" etc.
    * the links are arranged on top of each other, diagonally
    * the links changes colour when you mouseover them

    attached is an image of what i mean.


    I'm not looking for specific instructions on how to do it (unless anyone has time) but a pointer to the right tutorial or simply a "yes, it can be done" would be nice. I have zero flash experience.

    Thanks,
    sb
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    it can certainly be done, here are a couple simple tutorials:

    http://www.tizag.com/flashTutorial/flashbutton.php

    another one

    Of course you can do much more complicated buttons, but it would require some AS knowledge... Have Fun!

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    yes, it can be done
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    If the names aren't moving or anything, it should be a cake-walk to do that.


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