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The only thing I can think of is for it to not extend the movieclip....just call the function with actionscript from within the movieclip itself. I know what you mean, but to help you out i'd have to see your AS file...perhaps there's something that can be done with it.
Perhaps you could use a static variable that increments each time the class instantiates and use that as an index into a pathsArray which contains the paths to your XML files
Well I found that if I create a file that extends my existing Class, and put the path to the xml in the subclass, it works ok. I don't have any time to play with this now, since the project is due monday. But I would like to find a better solution than this. Jim you var idea might work, the problem is you can jump around in the slides through an index menu, so you could go from slide 1 to slide 4.