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you can't swap _levels.
you can unload a swf from a _level and you can load a swf (including the same one you just unloaded) into a _level. so, that will look like a _level swap.
I appreciate your time and help.
Outside of swapping. Because it is originally not what I wanted to do.
The problem with unloading and reloading . . . which I am aware of and know how to do, Is 1. Interrupting the .swf's location on the timeline and 2. having to reload . . . and when the .swf is 28 keyframes into and playing out.
There is not a line of script that will move a loaded .swf to a different level . . . blank preferrably without interrupting the animation on the timeline? Or having to reload it. I don't see how it would not break the fluidity.
This command actually appears to make the swap _level19.swapDepths(20); But it freezes the clip it brings to the front.
Thanks so much for your time.
Why not to move it to a target movie?
Ups, a double click. Excuse me :P
you can position the newly loaded swf and direct it to the correct frame so when it (re)appears it looks like it should. if you load into the new _level before unloading from the old _level, there will be no break detected.
Good post. It was really helpful for me.