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  1. #1
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    Wow im cracking my head open...

    Is it possible to tell a movie in another frame to goto to a specific movie clip?

    Can u use the tell target for example to tell a movie in another frame something???

    I can't figure it out...

  2. #2
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    I think so. You'd have to call up a JavaScript which brings the other window into focus, then use an FSCommand.

    This may be a better question in the Actionscript or Scripting & Backend forums if you haven't already posted there.

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