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    Junior Member Zenix55's Avatar
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    I have made a side bar in flash. the side bar has 9 bottons. I made one button then moved the button over to a new document 9 times. Now whenever I try to edit one button so that I can add text, they all change, I have tried adding an instance name but that doesn’t seem to help, any advice?

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    Senior Member kevind_2007's Avatar
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    Did you make them on different layers? If you didn't, that is the problem. It's the same in Photoshop. If you create 9 images but they're on the same layer, they will all be modified when you only try to modify one. Or by a new document do you mean a new layer?
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    What do you mean moved it over to a new document? If you create a symbol, anytime you edit the symbol itself, everytime that symbol is in your movie, it will change (that's usually a positive feature in Flash). What you can do is edit the symbol in the movie, or you can make a "button template."

    Make the button with no text or anything. Then create a new symbol for each of your 9 buttons, then drag your button template into those new button symbols. Then you can edit each of the buttons seperately without increasing file size too much.


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