EDIT: Forgot to mention though, this problem only happens with buttons that have been attached to some kind of code*, if the button isnt hooked up to anything, it works great.
EDIT 2: Im sorry, its actually not even buttons that have code connected to them, it is specifically happening to buttons, with code attached, that are located inside of a scroll box, which is inside of a retainer box. Im going to try taking these buttons of of their retainer box and see if that does anything.
I donnu if any of that helps you think of anything though.
If the button is blank and has had nothing added to it, this problem doesnt occur.
Ok. I see, I don’t believe I have overridden anything but I’m going to comb through some of the tutorials I’ve been watching to make sure.
I also don’t believe I have added anything such as “On mouse button down”, I think I have seen what your talking about though, they looked like they would be used for creating advanced functions. But again I will check and post back soon!!
EDIT 3: OMG I have isolated the problem. Its the scroll box. Nothing else matters but that, code attached, no code attached, doesnt matter, retainer box isn’t causing any problem.
It is specifically, any clicks made within my scroll box where this problem occurs. It doesn’t even have to be a button. Any thoughts by chance?
Its like any time I click a button in a scroll box, the first click is absorbed somehow by the scroll box, and then it allows me to click again. But the window in which to click a second time closes in a heartbeat.