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Do you see the error when you are compiling the movie or while running it? I have seen undefined handler errors when using BuddyAPI batch copy functions. I could never find the handlers named in the errors anywhere in my scripting and found that if I removed some files from the folder I was trying to copy it would name a different handler in the error.
I see this sometimes when MIAW's or other objects for that matter, are not
disposed of properly and they persist in memory creating errors when the
project is re-run.
"daniel_veiga" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I'm using Director MX 2004(10.1) and I'm having the following problem:
> sometimes I have sript errors that "disapear"
> when I recompile the behavior or the movie script where they occur. The
> don't seam "logical"
> and, for example, when I get one sript error alert for an undefined
> the name of the handler is strange and can vary: normaly is a cardinal(#)
> followed by a strange caracter which varies. More recently I got those
> "ilogical" bugs but the aim was a list which, in debug mode, also have a
> strange name("M" for example). Last friday I had to "strugle" to publish:
> editing mode I recompiled to "see" it working but the projector didn't had
> same luck, until "by chance" I made it. I'm working on this project for a
> months and this happened in two moments.