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You may have discovered what I did. You can't seek to a paused state. So if you are in a paused state then a seek doesn't seem to move the FLV playhead until a play() is issued. (At least on a progressive download anyway, haven't tried it with a true streaming video)
To get this to work I think I used a seek, play then pause.
Read all the comments at the bottom of this page. Also if its a progressive flv, you can only seek to keyframes... something to remember.
Did you ever try the SEEKING property? It doesn't seem to change... I keep printing it with trace and it says "seeking" every time even when the video is done and its doing nothing.
FLVPlayback.SEEKING is a class constant to use to check if the current state is seeking. As such it is always defined as "seeking".
You can use it compare with the myFLVInstance.state property or check the value of state in a stateChange event... e.g. http://livedocs.adobe.com/flash/8/main/00003600.html#wp3759149