I've got a Flash file that, when I press a button, sets a
movie clip to jump to a particular random frame using the following
which all works fine. Every time I press the button I get
taken to a random frame, as expected.
But what I want to do is for every time one of these random
frames is landed on, I want that frame to be "ticked off" so that
the NEXT random frame it lands on will NOT be that one. I want this
to happen with EVERY press of the button, so that no frame can be
landed on twice at any point.
Then when I have eventually pressed the button 52 times, and
therefore landed on ALL the frames, I want the whole thing to be
re-set. I can do this second part by setting up a counter, and
incrementing it each time the button is pressed, and then
re-setting it when "presses == 52" etc.
It's the first part I'm having trouble with -- how do I set
up my file so that each frame that gets landed on gets "ticked off"
so it is now excluded from the randomness of it all?
This Should work. I didn't implement the counter, I'm sure
you know how to do that.
All you need is an array to keep track of which frames have
Keep in mind that you need to use a counter to make sure that
the function randomJump doesn't get called when there are no frames