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If this is AS3...
If you are making an AS3 swf and loading one that is AS2, you need to use Local Connection to access the calls in the loads swf.
If this is AS2 I'd need to know more about the code and loaded clip structure. I'm guessing it isn't because your are using 'y' and not '_y'.
Make sure that u have set an instant name for your movie clip, so u can refer it in action script. You can do it in the property inspector. I hope this will work.
Im using AS3 yes...
Ok... I will try writing:
after the weekend and see if it works...
But I still dont understand the logic behind it...
Why cant I write:
AS3 is quite particular about the display object type for objects on the stage when referencing from AS. To make sure that AS3 looks at your display object as a MovieClip, you have to type cast it. That is all I did with MovieClip(myContent). Once AS sees that it is a MovieClip you should be able to reference the methods of that MovieClip via the dot operator.