Would this be a situation for a Front Script?

Chris Sheffield cmsheffield at gmail.com
Mon Mar 13 16:12:06 EST 2006

Hi Garrett,

Just use a group.  Group all your fields together, then place your  
handlers in the group's script.  You can use "the target" if  
necessary to determine which fields the script should refer to.

No need for a front script.


On Mar 13, 2006, at 2:07 PM, Garrett Hylltun wrote:

> Rev 2.6.1
> Greetings,
> I have about 200 objects on a card, and I want to have mouseEnter  
> and mouseLeave handlers for all of them, but instead of writing  
> code for each one, would it be better to just use a front script to  
> intercept these events?
> All of them will do the same thing, which is change the color of  
> the background of each object on enter and then change it back on  
> leaving. I have the objects named individually like this "box1" all  
> the way through "box200".  So determining which object fired the  
> event is not an issue.
> But I don't have any experience with front scripts, so I don't know  
> if this would be a situation where a front script would be of  
> benefit or not.  If so, can someone point me to a tutorial on front  
> scripts?
> Thanks,
> -Garrett
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Chris Sheffield
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