Not sure what you mean. If you have labels on the timeline and want to add code at that spot, all you need to do is use ctrl-T (cmd-t) to open the code window. You can also use the label names in any code window to access them.
Thank you for your reply and sorry for the bad explaining.
The code window is where I'm having the problem. I've placed two separate labels on my timeline but when I open the code window with the intent of assigning 'mouseover' to play 'label1' and 'mouseout' to play 'label2' neither of the labels show up.
The only thing that I can select in the code window is the symbol within wich the animation is contained.
I used the exact same method in an earlier version of Edge and it worked out splendid. In that version I could just type in the labels in the code window but this version won't allow me that.
One might assume that this is a problem with how I've structured my document but it's exactly the same as the one I did a couple of days ago and that worked fine.
Is there any possibility that this is a bug?
You might be inserting the label incorrectly?
Correct syntax = sym.play("labelExample");
Incorrect syntax = sym.play(labelExample);
No this is not a bug. I think you may not do it right.
If you have an element or a symbol on which you want to add events, you select them and then choose the event you want and add the code.
You can also place your code in compositionReady with something like this:
// code here to play label
sym.play('labelName'); // plays the main timeline
sym.getSymbol('symbolName').play('labelName'); // play a symbol's timeline
I got it to work, thanks for all the help!
My mistake was assuming that the labels would show up on the list where 'symbol' was. Also didn't realize that I had to double click the list item before being able to edit the code window.
Thanks for all the help!
No problem. Good luck on your project!