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I was hoping if anybody out there might know of a program or tutorial concerning mouse shift event listener gui programs, that would present a predetermined sequence of images to an area of the gui upon the mouse being shifted over that specific area of the gui.
At present I have code that will change an area's color if the mouse is shifted over it, but I was hoping to code something a bit more spectacular, ie: for it to activate not just the appearance of an image, but as said - a sequence of images, which will keep on sequencing until mouse cursor is shifted off.
If any of you know of such code, or where it may be found, I would be glad, having followed several red herrings (spinnners, html) in pursuit of this objective already.