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Have you tried
var time = 22;
The only difference between mine and yours is the proper notation. lowercase var and a closing semi-colon.
Now I have tried it, unfortunately it won't work..... The browser gives me
the followoing error:
Unknown column 'time' in 'field list'
This is in fact an error from php, not from animate..... Maybe I have to
do this in a totally different way? Anyone who know how to write data from
animate to a mysql database?
2014-02-20 1:39 GMT+01:00 heathrowe <email@example.com>:
Re: Using variables in url created by heathrowe<http://forums.adobe.com/people/heathrowe>in *Edge
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Well, this was in fact a perfect solution!
2014-02-20 20:25 GMT+01:00 rhemanthkumar <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
Re: Using variables in url
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Good catch rhemanthkumar