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If you using the Slide class, ifFrameLoaded won't work, this is a timeline based function, and the parameters are (['scene'] , frame), the Slide named "End" is neither of these. Do you have a way of 'cycling' through your Slides, have you set up a function to advance them? are you using buttons to do so?
The Slideshow should automatically go to the first Slide on loading, so I really don't understand the need for this, unless you are expecting the Slide show to 'play' automatically, which it won't. Please explain more.
Well it's a big file, so when browser load this file it takes a little time and shows white screen a few seconds. So I want, when you going on site, turn on preloader screen first and when site is downloaded then turn to site.
You could use a Loader Component in a seperate swf, and load the Slideshow into it. You can also then attach a Progress Bar Component to monitor the download progress.
Can you show me how to do it?
Or write tutorial a link where can I find it?
1) create a new FLA file that is the same size as your FLA Slide show file (Stage dimensions)
2) place a Loader Component on the Stage and size it to fit the whole Stage (use the properties panel)
3) place a Progress bar Component on Stage and position it at the center (or where you want it)
This will probably be the easiest method for you to make a preloader bringing something in from the Slide class. set the Loader's content path to be the name of the Slide show file(including the .swf extension), make sure the file is located in the same directory as the preloader. Embed the preloader file SWF into your webpage HTML, not the Slideshow file. Follow the information in the Progress bar Component docs: HERE