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watch for a text property being assigned before the text string is loaded.
Thank you for the note. I have gone over the Actionscript and can find no obvious flaw. Can you tell me how a property might be assigned before the text is loaded? Could network traffic affect this?
I did some tests during peak usage times.
The tests of the project seem to indicate that once the error was encountered and the content reloaded (keeping the same session) that the error would not reoccur. Closing the session and browser and er-entering resulted in no error.
However, closing the session then deleting cookies and/or temporary internet files then starting a new session caused the problem to reoccur. I could delete just the cookies and the problem would reoccur. I could delete just the temporary internet files and the problem would reoccur.
Again, the error, when it does occur, seems to affect some text fields more than others and never consistantly. Its a moving target.
Thank you for your earlier clue.
that's almost certainly an asynchronous error caused by assigning the text string before it's loaded. for example:
tf.text = lv.var1; // where var1 is defined in text.txt will always fail unless text.txt is in the user's cache.