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Do you have a mouseDown handler defined in a movie script? That would catch any mouse click on any sprite (or even the empty stage) that doesn't already have a behavior attached to catch this event
Would that code be classed as a mouseDown handler defined in a movie script?
All the other mouseDown handlers don't have anything to do with movie, plus this only started happening after I insertd that code.
Is there another way to write that code then to make it not cause this to happen?
What type of script is the one in which you added the handler above? Select the script in the cast library, open the Property Inspector, activate the 'Script' tab and post back the value of the 'Type' dropdown
It's type is a behaviour.
I don't understand how to fix this issue and to add a little pressure I need to have it sent to marker in 4 minutes.
Thank you for your help but I am as well just leave it the way it is for now.
It would appear your deadline has passed. Sorry, but I wasn't awake at 2AM If you still want your file fixed perhaps you could upload it somewhere, or PM me with your email address and you can send it to me.
I got this error some years ago and I remember that the problem was that I loaded an external file to a castmember, so Director ask you to save it. Review this.
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