If you have no control over that external swf there probably is not much you can do outside of opening it in a separate browser window so that the window can be closed and your original page is still showing in its browser window..
This is an onstage presentation so there are no buttons available, just
letting it play through. Doesn't sound favorable. Thanks very much for
Ned Murphy <firstname.lastname@example.org>
07/16/2012 11:22 AM
Re: making link to external swf stop
created by Ned Murphy in ActionScript 1 and 2 - View the full discussion
If you have no control over that external swf there probably is not much
you can do outside of opening it in a separate browser window so that the
window can be closed and your original page is still showing in its
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