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are you loading the html page created by publication of your fla? are you editing that html page in any way? what flash player versions are you using in the various browsers you cited ( http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/knowledgebase/index.cfm?id=tn_15507 )?
and most importantly make sure loading of your previous swf (that contains next2) has completed before executing your _level2.next2.loadMovie("next.swf") statement. (and update your code to use loadMovie() statements like the one in this message.
Thanks for the reply.
I have found a solution, but it isn't that satisfactory:
I updated the Flash plug-in to the latest version, and the movie now works in Safari. Why this isn't very satisfactory is because I don't want the page to only work for the latest versions of Flash as the great majority won't have updated thier plug-in. Is there an issue with the plug-in that documents problems with levels in Flash - if so, it would be good to know a workaround.
there are no problems with older versions of the flash player (beyond 5) executing the code you showed. however, you have other code that probably does require an updated player.