Using Flash 8 Pro, AS 2.0, I'm loading and running (via
loadMovieNum) an .swf file into an already existing but stop()'ed
.swf file. At completion of the now-running .swf file I would like
to advance the timeline of the pre-existing .swf file, to it's next
point (label), which would again load and run another .swf file
(again, via loadMovieNum).
I can not seem to correctly address the timeline of the
pre-existing .swf file.
I have labels setup, so I thought:
would do it, but no. So I tried: myFile.gotoAndPlay(1);
But again, no joy.
I've tried _level0, _parent, tellTarget...
Admittedly the depth of my knowledge with level depths and
dot-notation is thin, not to mention Actionscript or debugging
multiple timelines, but on the other hand I've looked everywhere I
can think of for an in-depth (hmm, no pun :) discussion of managing
concurrently running timelines, to no avail.
I would really appreciate someone leading out of my
wilderness with some logic and that one AS statement I've
overlooked, or a reference to examples of similar implementations,
or how to debug such implementations, or best of all titles of AS
books/ebooks which really breakdown the topic. Thanks for any