Each movieClip must have an instance name.
You can't reference without it.
Just forgot to mention this:
If you're using an Object from the library panel, remember, that you're
copying an instance of that main object.
If you wish it to behave differently, you need to:
1. select the dragged object
2.right mouse click the object and select "duplicate symbol"
Duplicating a symbol lets you use an existing symbol as a starting point for creating a symbol.
Remember to give each symbol an instance name.
Where do you have the code that call the MC in frame 2? If it is in frame 1, it will not work.
To PJSB DK, brooksrv:
Thanks for reply, but i don't think you understand what i mean, below is a simple example, the output of the "trace(mcBBB)" is expected to be "level0.mcBBB", but is "undefined"……
Now, that was extremely odd ..
I do not have any idea, why your movieclip returns 'undefined'
When I create a new movieclip on the stage (your stage),
and trace it, I get the expected result..
Doing the same on your movieclip on the exact same stage
I cen't event reproduce the problem on my own. Only with your
movieclip.. Extremely weird indeed..
Sorry dude, I'm clueless on this one.