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1. initiate a loop that increments your movieTarget's _alpha in the required time span AFTER loading is complete.
2. the directory is irrelevent (as long as it's correct). you have shown no preloader code to critique.
3. put your code in a function and use setInterval() to call the function every 30 seconds AFTER loading is complete
4. it makes no sense to use a preloader on library items because they are already loaded onto the user's computer when your swf starts. you can certainly fade-in an attached movieclip, though.
thanks for the reply,
I am uncertain, and confused on how to specify the directory if the items are from the library, as opposed to the way they are set up now.
I Can(yes) understand to import the swfs to the library and then set linkage to export for AS(? first frame or Not ?)
filename = ["1.jpg", "2.jpg", "3.jpg","4.jpg","5.jpg"];
path = " http://18.104.22.168/fiveR/1330/";
i suppose I could leave the filename as is, but how to specify path/dir as library items?? I don't know..
you can't import anything into the library using actionscript and you can't set a linkage id using actioncript. you can import and set a linkage id in the authoring environment.
you can't use loadMovie() to instantiate a movieclip that's in your library. you would use attachMovie() and you would use the linkage id to specify the movieclip that's to be attached. there is no path to your library.