This content has been marked as final. Show 4 replies
I would put the case statement in a behavior that's attached to the
sprite that holds the member that you want to watch.
How are you changing the member? Are you staying the same frame as the
member changes? Or are you moving to a new frame every time the member
in that sprite changes?
One place to monitor the change is in the function that makes the
change. Are you always bringing up the same MIAW, or is there a unique
MIAW for each page that can have one?
Adobe Community Expert
I am staying on the same frame, some pages have a MIAW and some do not. That is why I was trying to find a way to watch what page I am on. I do not want the MIAW to pop up until the page it is on finishes its transition. Do you think I am going about this the wrong way? My original thought was to change the page the jump out of the frame, I have a go loop about 15 fromes down that would send it back to the hold frame. I was thinking of checking the page number during those frames and bringing up the MIAW at that time.
I appreciate the effort but after sleeping for awhile I figured it out, Apperently people need sleep to function properly (go figure). I do have another question however that is most likely easy but I have not yet figured out. Is there a way to open that MIAW without a title bar, just as a square box?