Here's what I'm trying to do: I've created a swf which acts as an animated opening to the site, but it's not an intro, the end state of the swf is the interface for the home page of the site. Of course, when the user hits the "back button" they are forced to view the complete animation again (which is not very long, but can still be annoying). I figure I have to live with this aspect -- maybe not?
The real question I have is this: when a user clicks the "Home" button anywhere else on the site I currently have a second swf which duplicates the resting state of the "intro" movie while maintaining its interaction. Is there a way to have this same functionality without having to have a second swf?
There is a good walk through here explaining how this can be accomplished, but it seems that I'm walking into another cross-browser possible nightmare here and that I may certainly be limiting a percentage of my audience by going this route ... hmmmm.