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I don't think going the _visibility route would end up being elaborate, at least not any more elaborate than if you could load the movies and not have them display some other way. You'd still have to have something to make them display. Unless I'm missing something in the complexity of the design it should be a simple matter of loadMovie->_visible=false->_visible=true.
If you export for actionscript it isn't as if they were in the swf. They are in the swf.
And it is more complex if you use loadMovie. Instead use the MovieClipLoader class and define an onLoadComplete handler and tell it set target._visible=false;.
Not very complex at all.
>>..and define an onLoadComplete handler and tell it set
Except use onLoadInit instead of onLoadComplete.
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I know that for most purposes onLoadInit is better. But I thought that if you waited until onLoadInit it would be possible to have a one frame "flash" of the loaded content which would be undesirable in this situation.
Just a conjecture, I haven't tried this specifically.