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You can have all the layers you want for actionscript, though you should try to follow some kind of logical use of them for your own sanity's sake. What I often do is have different layers for different types of code... usually 2 will suffice: one for shared functions/variables--this has code in the first frame and extends the full timeline as needed, and one for frame-specific actions, such as the stop you are probably wondering about using.
Thanks for reply. Please explain me just in detail.
1) I have 2 image layers.. image1 & image2
2) image1 will retrive loading external flash files from Actions layer (Actionscript 3) ...These files used for continuous looping..
4) image2 needs a glass effect layer on its center, which comes from top right corner of the stage ... and should stop when it reaches to the center of the stage. >>>> How can I do this and what is the code and where it should be written?
Sorry for lots of questions .. as I am beginner.
I answered your secondary questions in your other posting. If you have new questions, start new postings... it helps others who are looking for information (like yourself) when the title matches the discussion.