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Well what is supposed to go to the nextFrame() or gotoAndPlay(71)?
Both of those methods belong to the MovieClip class so they have to tell a specific movieclip instance to do those things.
Does IntroButton have 71 frames? I'm not exactly sure, butt I think since there is no clip specified it will try and send the current scope (and the command is inside a handler for IntroButton) to the requested location.
My guess is that you want something like:
In general I advise against using _root because it will cause problems later if you try and load things externally and such.
Anyways here is a neat trick.
By setting up home as this on the main timeline you are providing yourself a neat shortcut to what is (at the moment) _root. But if you later load the swf into another or some such, home will still be this and the place you want to be.
PS: HAHA, "last AS problem." I've been doing this for a very long time and I haven't even come close to hitting the last AS problem yet. :)
like Rothrock said, it's more than likely a scope issue — you're not telling it which movie clip so it just goes to the next frame in the MC you called it from.
71 is simply the next frame-
gotoAndPlay(71) and NextFrame would do the same thing
Neither of the suggestions work =(.. sorry
button is one frame long...
how about making the source available.
You say 71 is simply the next frame, but the next frame of what?