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don't use scene info for navigation and don't use the goto functions. use frame labels and the goto methods. for example:
Thank you for your reply,Kglad. However, now the button does nothing at all. I even renamed the next scene "scene4" and labeled the first frame "frame1" as in your example. I'm attaching actions to the instance of the button (which I snatched from the Professional Sharp Slide template) not within the button's states.
Perhaps I'm denser than I imagine.
That means go to the frame labeled "frame1_scene4", not frame 1 of scene 4.
Aaahhhhh . . .
Yes, that does it. Thanks. Essentially, I have to give each frame that I want to target for navigation an unique name. I wonder why the "nextscene" action no longer works reliably. I have dozens of Power Point type presentations that use this action but they were created in earlier versions of Flash.
Again, Thanks so much. I was totally beating my head against this one.
using scenes to navigate can fail under a variety of circumstances. the most common occurs when authors move scenes after creation.