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1. put a stop() on the first frame of your animation and apply that code directory to each instance of you animation.
2. i can't tell what you're doing.
If you had looked at the .fla file I provided, you'd see that my entire video only spans across one single frame withing Flash. I don't know if that is what causes all my problems..
Any suggestions? Thanks a bunch! - Alec
I have no idea if this might be it or not, but I ran into this last week... I had something using actionscript 2, but my publish settings were set on actionscript 1 for some reason and I didnt realize it... seems trivial, but i didnt want to NOT say something in case that was all it might have been.
Thank you, Ken, I will look into that :)
I've sorted out the .swf problem though, at least now I can upload any other .swf file to my site, and they work just fine. It's only the ones that I've imported my animations (.mov files at this point) into that won't work properly (nothing displays).
I'll do some further investigation on this matter.
Thanks for your help, and best regards! - Alec