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there's no easy way to determine which objects have code attached to them. that's why it's recommended you add no code to objects and you add no code to timelines other than the main timeline.
Yup. There is no easy way. And unless you are publishing to Flash 5 or earlier there is no reason to put the code on the objects. Here is an excellent blog about it:
Thanks for the response and the URL Rothrock. I thought that I was maybe
"Alastair MacFarlane" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Dear All,
> I am a relatively new to actionscript and Actionscript programming. My
> question is more to do with the flash actionscript environment rather than
> on the code itself. If you create ClipEvent code, why do you only see the
> frame event code on the explorer on the left hand side. To see the
> ClipEvent code you need to select the clip, but where can I explore to
> find out which clips have Event Code?
> Thanks again, and I as I said in the title this is a very basic question.