Can you post your project. I suspect that you have a stop() or something that is redundant that is causing the problem.
Marie nailed it without even looking at the project. You are calling play() on a place that has a trigger that says stop(). The reason it plays the second time is rather complicated and has to do with the default play() behavior when there's a trigger, but the easy thing to do is to add one to your click event timecode.
For instance: Presentation.click currently says:
Just replace it with:
The next easiest thing to do is to change your play call to use the optional "false" parameter to force it to not execute the trigger at 2200.
- scroll down to "play" to read more about the API
Hope that helps!
Very Nice Elain..
i didnt know this : sym.play(22000, false);
Cool Elaine. Same here -did not know about that.
And sorry I did not look at the project after - got distracted!
This was yet another API change I requested because I hit the same problem while creating a project.
Thank you Elaine! That worked beautifully!
I will take a look at the document you posted. Loving this program! It is the new flash...
Thank you again
Awesome - welcome to the community, Zack!