Starts the defintion of a button. The button starts with this function and ends with swf_endbutton() . It shold contain at least one use of swf_addbuttonrecord() to define button appearance and may contain any number of swf_oncondition() functions to define button behaviour.
Two types of buttons can be defined. These are TYPE_MENUBUTTON or TYPE_PUSHBUTTON . TYPE_MENUBUTTON allows focus to travel with the mouse while the mouse button is depressed, much like a normal windows menu, while TYPE_PUSHBUTTON means focus stays on the button while the mouse is moved when the mouse button is depressed.
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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