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    actionscript HELP!

    hey, i have this snow effect controlled by actionscript in the timeline of my scene, but the effect plays through all of the scenes.

    can ne1 tell me how to stop this effect from playing on the other scenes?

    cheers!

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    What AS are you using for the snow ?

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    on the stage i have this actionscript on a keyframe..
    "for (k=0; k<50; k++) {
    duplicateMovieClip(this.snow, "snow"+k, k);
    }"
    i also have a instance of a movieclip on the stage with this actionscript..
    "onClipEvent (load) {
    movieWidth = 700;
    movieHeight = 140;
    i = 1+Math.random()*2;
    k = -Math.PI+Math.random()*Math.PI;
    this._xscale = this._yscale=22+Math.random()*100;
    this._alpha = 75*100;
    this._x = 20+Math.random()*movieWidth;
    this._y = 0+Math.random()*movieHeight;
    }
    onClipEvent (enterFrame) {

    rad += (k/180)*Math.PI;
    this._x -= Math.cos(rad);
    this._y += i;
    if (this._y>=movieHeight) {
    this._y = 20;
    }
    if ((this._x>=movieWidth) || (this._x<=0)) {
    this._x = -40*movieWidth;
    this._y = 450;
    }
    }"
    ne suggestions?

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    1. Add you code in between [CODE] [CODE/]

    2. Use // before you add commentary to the code

    3. Use remotely proper grammar -- this isn't AIM >.>

    It makes it much less confusing. ;-)

    As far as your problem, I can't really help ya there. :-\
    ~Joseph

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    I added a few lines to the end of your snow script:

    Code:
    onClipEvent (load) {
    	movieWidth = 700;
    	movieHeight = 140;
    	i = 1+Math.random()*2;
    	k = -Math.PI+Math.random()*Math.PI;
    	this._xscale = this._yscale=22+Math.random()*100;
    	this._alpha = 75*100;
    	this._x = 20+Math.random()*movieWidth;
    	this._y = 0+Math.random()*movieHeight;
    }
    
    onClipEvent (enterFrame) {
    
    	rad += (k/180)*Math.PI;
    	this._x -= Math.cos(rad);
    	this._y += i;
    	if (this._y>=movieHeight) {
    		this._y = 20;
    	}
    	if ((this._x>=movieWidth) || (this._x<=0)) {
    		this._x = -40*movieWidth;
    		this._y = 450;
    	}
    	if (_root.noSnow) // jbum added this part
    	{
    		this.removeMovieClip();
    	}
    }
    On the frame in your main timeline where you want the snow to stop, add the following
    frame script:

    Code:
    noSnow = true;
    -- regards

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    hey jbum thanks alot you know your stuff! much appreciated

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