I assume you're using the Toolkit add on to CS6, and not a more recent version of Flash Pro. Could be worth reading this article, in case there's something you've done differently:
At the very least, you're using /* JS, whereas Grant is using /* js. Don't know if it's case sensitive.
I was using CS6 as I needed it for AS2. For this I have moved over to CC so am using the HTML5 Canvas option to create the banner.
From there I used the Code snippets section and found it on there and this is the JS code it gave
/* Stop at This Frame
The timeline will stop/pause at the frame where you insert this code.
Can also be used to stop/pause the timeline of movieclips.
I think this has worked it seems to be and I've also managed to sort out the click tag JS as well so hopefully all is good. I'm just sending it off to get tested to see if I have done it right.
Thanks for your reply
I could have covered the other case in the same message! With the later versions of Flash Pro you no longer have to include the /* js */ part.
Hoping you may be able to help me again. I am having problems sorting the clickTag on my HTML5 Canvas on Flash CC. For some reason I am having problems inserting it onto my banner and the media company are sending it back saying there is no clicktag on the banner. The media agency told me what I need to do with the HTML file after but I would imagine there is a way to get this to work going through Flash.
Below are some screenshots of the code I have in flash
I'm not really sure What I'm doing wrong. The agency have said
The creative didn’t work correctly so we tried to make a couple of changes which included adding two lines of code into the html file in the creative:
The http coding also had to be made https to ensure ssl compliance.
This is the HTML part of the document they altered with the above text in it
I'm really not sure what needs to be done to sort this.