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Call me a n00b, but just from a quick glance, I see stop(); at the beginning of the actionscript. I'm not sure if that is correct, but I usually put stop(); at the end. It just says to me that it is stopping the script before it gets to the next line.
Now, Like I said, I'm a n00b, and that command may only effect the timeline, but still...worst comes to worst, n00b get lucky sometimes..
lol, where did you spend all those 111 posts of yours...
simply means that the timeline stops at that frame, which is exactly what I want, I multiple menus on the timeline... works fine.
But that doesn't fix my problem.
You action variable is being passed fine... so what do you get when you trace user, pass and email? Anything?
I'm thinking it might be a scoping issue, try removing the this from this.input_account_name.text etc.
That is the problem... it detects the variables propperly, but not the values.
Doesn't matter if I write it like:
var user:String = this.input_account_name.text;
var user:String = input_account_name.text;
var user:String = input_account_name;
set ("user", this.input_account_name.text);
etc etc etc... none of these methods work, I've tried just about everything without success.
Eventually it should look something like this I guess:
but I still only get
I also tried :
loadVariablesNum (" http://nonsense.html/", this, "POST");
getURL (" http://nonsense.html/", "_blank", "POST");
but I got the exact same problem
It seems that all the tutorials out there about this topic don't use Flash Pro Components... instead they simply use textfields.
So I guess I'm gonna try that instead :S. too bad, I like components.