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The code looks ok.
Is the button instance exists in the same frame as the code? Any layer will do as long as it is in the same frame column.
Is the button instance has the exact name? Beware, Flash is case sensisitve. MyButton is not the same as mybutton or myButton.
Is there something in frame 70?
Although it is not the problem, you should frame labels instead of frame numbers. When you insert or delete frames, the frame llabel doesn't change, unless you delete it, but the frame number after the insertion/deletion always change.
Is your buttons are in a movieclip?
What else can you tell us?
Thanks for replying S4Potential
Here is the state of play,
All my button instances have names and are the correct case in Actionscript. I have a new animation in frame 70 that I want to pop up once the Continue button is pressed. I haven't label any of my frames, I'll have to go back and try that!!. None of my buttons are in a movieclip.
I think It is probably that the Actionscript isn't in the same frame as the actual button, I'm gonna go back and change it now!!, I'll let you know the outcome...
Two things about frame labels:
1. Do not begin the name with a number: 1stLabel
2. Do not use spaces in the name: my label
If you follow those two simple rules you won't have any problems.
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