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How about putting the background movie on another layer and extending it to all 10 frames ,would that work?
If not, you could call the loadMovie function each time you move frames.
I hope this helps.
First of all thanks for your reply. Actuall i am a C# programmer with not much experience in Flash.
Are there any examples on the internet on this. Basically all i want is a movie playing as a Background and on the front i have something else which changes depending upon which keyframe i am on. Youe help will be appreciated
If you just need the background to loop endlessly, you could create it as a movieclip the size the stage and place it on or near the bottom layer. Everything else goes on top of it, and the use just sees it as constant motion in the background (which might be a visual design blunder; I'm no artist myself.)
I solved the above the way you explained.......Thanks.
Thanks Bob Robertson i think i have managed to do what i wanted.....