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    Thanks, moagrius. Informed! Thanks too,...

    Thanks, moagrius. Informed!
    Thanks too, cancerinform.
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    An afterthought

    As an afterthought, I was wondering why the Flash syntax check didn't catch the onLoad, which was not attached to an object, as an error. I tend to use the syntax check and auto format features,...
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    the solution!

    Musicman:
    I think I understand what you're saying. onLoad is not attached to any object, such as a movieclip or an XML object. I looked through the AS reference index, and didn't find any "on"...
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    onLoad is called, just as it looks in the code...

    onLoad is called, just as it looks in the code above. I should mention that all this code is in the 1st frame of the main timeline. So, onLoad is called like this:


    onLoad = function () {
    for...
  5. Sticky: does [AS]my code here[/AS] really work?

    The [AS] tag doesn't maintain whitespace on my computer. Although, the vB [CODE] tag does.
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    More info and strange behavior

    myChoice is working. I put a text box on the screen to monitor myChoice and the following code:



    loadMonitor.text="myChoice="+myChoice+"\n"+"myRandomChoice="+myRandomArray[myChoice];


    It's...
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    loadMovie slideshow fails in Firefox

    I built a simple jpeg slideshow, but found out that it isn't working in Firefox 1.0, though it works properly in IE. I have the latest Flash plug-ins installed for both browsers. All the jpegs are in...
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    SUCCESS!!!

    ....like, oh m'gawd!!

    that did it, weaponkiller. you rawk!! i guess the lesson learned here is, Flash views all the scenes as one big timeline, so a Frame Label can guide it from one scene to...
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    dynamic text

    can you create a dynamic text block, which calls for the client.txt document?
  10. definitely.... you can put all kinds of stuff...

    definitely....

    you can put all kinds of stuff in the OVER and DOWN states of your button, so simply place the textblock there.

    now, if you want flash to generate a standard URL message in the...
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    First off.... THANKS for your help. I feel like...

    First off.... THANKS for your help. I feel like I'm getting closer to making this work. Although, I attached the following script to the button, but it didn't work:

    on (press) {
    ...
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    duh... like this?? on (press) { ...

    duh... like this??

    on (press) {
    gotoAndPlay ("Scene2", "firstframe_Scene2");
    }


    --------------------------------------------
    err... i'm not sure how to implement:...
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    ....i'm officially confused. OK, I uploaded...

    ....i'm officially confused.

    OK, I uploaded the problem file. Check it here and post your reply.

    http://www.monkeybrains.net/~eve/NRflash_v3_020512.html

    The MC contains another MC which...
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    hi Amarkoli... I put the Stop action at the...

    hi Amarkoli...

    I put the Stop action at the end of the MC. So, the movie clip DOES stop at the end and waits for the user to click the button.

    When the user clicks the button, the MC starts...
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    Problem: - Scene1 contains a movie clip. -...

    Problem:

    - Scene1 contains a movie clip.
    - The MC contains a button.
    - The button is supposed to advance the whole movie to the next scene, but it causes the MC to start over at frame 1.

    ...
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    ok, gang. check out "WWW.SH|TKATAPULT.COM"...

    ok, gang.

    check out "WWW.SH|TKATAPULT.COM" and draw your attention to the menu at the bottom of the flash window. notice how there are several menu items attached to each other by a "thread"....
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    www.****katapult.com

    ok, gang.

    check out "w w w . * * * * k a t a p u l t . c o m" and draw your attention to the menu at the bottom of the flash window. notice how there are several menu items attached to each other...
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