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Freebie: Scrolling Image Menu

This free flash file is a XML driven menu built in ActionSript 3. Each item from the XML file has two attributes: the path to the image and an url address. You can set the menu to work horizontally or vertically according to your needs. Probably supports unlimited number of images.

Use this free flash file as you like and don’t forget to give us credits for this if you intend to use it.

Horizontal Example:

Vertical Example:

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  5. HoaiDuc says:

    thanks for share this tutorial, but I have problem..please help me.When I downloaded source but I can not open .fla file in flash8..how can I should?
    Thanks you so much

  6. HoaiDuc says:

    Continue above question. It notice that “unexpected file format” ??? What is it problem, and how can I open to view source?

  7. Flashuser says:

    This file is build in ActionScript 3. You must have Flash CS3 or above to open it.

  8. Aaron says:

    great post. im new to as3 so how can i get get the menu, when an image is clicked, to go to a frame or scene instead of opeing a url in the xml file?

  9. billy says:

    Thx. good work.
    i hav a question, is there anyway to make the image to loop witout stopping at the end?

  10. Ryan says:

    awesome! thanks for posting this. the only thing is that i’m using it for a class project, and i’m having trouble adding more images to the bar. can anyone tell me what part of the code i’d find this in or how i can go about doing it? thanks!

  11. gilbertos says:

    very nice work .

  12. Alisa says:

    Hi! Thank you very much for this, I’ve amended it to accommodate the larger images that I need to use, and will be using it in the Facebook iFrame of the company I’m working for :)

  13. Nida says:


    anyone know how to remove that space between photos? Would appreciate if someone helps…


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