Try using _currentframe instead of _currentFrame
Great, it works! Thank you so much!
I checked syntax in the old script ( _currentFrame) and it returned no errors. So, what happened?
Thank you again Ned!
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AS2 lacks for well-balanced syntax management I guess. I only recently became aware that it is very loose when it comes to properly spelling of some of the names of methods and whatnot--so I reckon you can never tell--best bet is to follow the docs. AS3 is much better about stopping you at the gate for both syntax and program errors.
True - but don't you find AS3 very verbose ?
six or eight lines with event listeners and what-have-you just to write a simple
link which in AS1 or 2 you can just whack onto the button as getURL("")
A simple link actually looks like more code in AS3 than in html !