swf_oncondition() is used to control the actions to be taken when an a button as defined by swf_addbutton() meets a certain set of criteria. There are number of criteria that can be used depending on the type of button defined.
Following this function, one of the action functions must be used to create the desired effect. These include swf_actiongeturl() , swf_actiongotoframe() , swf_actiongotolabel() , swf_actionnextframe() , swf_actionplay() , swf_actionprevframe() , swf_actionsettarget() , swf_actionstop() , swf_actiontogglequality() and swf_actionwaitforframe() .
swf_openfile ("test.swf", 100, 100, 30, 0.8, 0.8, 0.8); swf_ortho2(-100,100,-100,100); $fontid = swf_nextid(); swf_definefont($fontid, "Pix3"); $textid = swf_nextid(); swf_definetext($textid,"GO!",1); $buttonid = swf_nextid(); swf_startbutton($buttonid,TYPE_PUSHBUTTON); swf_pushmatrix(); swf_addcolor(1, 0, 0, 1); // define the first state of the button swf_addbuttonrecord(BSHitTest|BSDown|BSUp,$textid,10); swf_scale(1.2, 1.2, 1.2); swf_addcolor(0,0,1,0); // define the second state of the button swf_addbuttonrecord(BSOver,$textid,11); swf_popmatrix(); swf_addcolor(0,0,0,0); // define the action of the button swf_oncondition(OverUptoOverDown); swf_actiongeturl("http://www.slashdot.org/","_self"); swf_endbutton(); swf_pushmatrix(); swf_addcolor(0,0,0,0); swf_placeobject($buttonid,$buttonid); swf_popmatrix(); swf_showframe(); swf_closefile();
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