Flash Storybook Menu Overlay Toggle Positions

Flash Storybook Menu Overlay Toggle Positions
In this tutorial, we will set up the X and Y positions for each element on the settings menu overlay page for our FlashR storybook app. We will use these values with our ActionScript code to display or hide the overlay page as needed.

  1. For each of the elements, go to the Properties Inspector and make a note of the X and Y positions. You should get something like this.

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  2. Now we need to record the X and Y positions for the settings menu overlay page when it is off the stage. Select all the layers inside the setMenu folder. We will now drag all the selected elements upward until all are off the stage. Record the new X and Y positions for each element. As you can see, the X position stays the same and the Y position is a negative number because it is above the stage.

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At this point, we are ready to add ActionScript to the setTogBtn toggle button that will open and close the settings menu overlay page.

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