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how would that swf even get to frame 10? and that entire setup is probably an issue. why do you have to preload your preloader?
that may be an issue for users to watch the load progress of something that turns out to be a preloader for something else with the thought that the something else may just be another preloader so they can wait longer.
Im loading it in levels not frames...The file is kind of big and the preloader wasnt even loading before. Do you have a suggestion on how to set it up so everything loads properly
i can see you're loading into _levels. but that doesn't change the issue: your swf is never going to reach frame 10 and execute:
how large is your preloader.swf? and what's the point of trigger.swf and how large is it?
trigger.swf is small there is nothing there besides a couple elements from the shared library, that are not on my timeline but never the less have to load(fonts) it loads at _level 0
preloader is 12KB
my main swf is 5529KB
btw...why wouldnt it reach frame 10( because it dosent on the server but it does when i stimulate download everything works)
ok I think I fixed the problem, but i dont know how, but now I have a new problem and I need your help on this one, the preloader comes right up and at about 45% I get an error message: "A script in this movie is causing Adobe Flash Player 9 to run slowly. If it continues to run your computer may become unresponsive. Do You want to Abort?" Also the site loads around this time, it is NOT loaded correctly because when i click on the buttons they go to wrong frame labels, though once the loading is done they go to the correct one. Any idea of what I need to do for this
your _level0 swf won't go to its frame 10 because there's not code (shown) that will cause it to move from frame1.
the code you showed would not cause a time-out error. you must have changed something in your code.