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Have you tried dealing with the _currentFrame property?
It sounds like u can do it get the current frame of the movie when the click happens and then play the other from the same frame number.
Actually, u can have a function outside the movies, so that when u click the movie u just get the frame, the mc being viewed and send those with the newone to be opened to function =)
The one complication with the way this is currently set up (which may have to change) is that when a button is pressed and the scene goes to a new frame, the movieclip the currentFrame came from is no longer open and there is no longer a currentFrame from that movieclip. If there was some way to get flash to "remember" that frame number, that would work.
Otherwise you might be onto something in that second part there, but could you please elaborate on it a bit? Are you talking about basically having a movieclip with nothing in it and buttons that just swap which flv (these are flvs I am scrubbing through) is in the movieclip?
Thanks for the help
use a variable:
// then your maintimeline.goto.
// and then: