If I understand correctly, you want the user to click a button, have a state to state transition occur THEN trigger a Go To Url action (I assume this is set as in a new window).
I don't know of a what to do this completely with Flash Catalyst. You can apply several actions together, but they will executed at basically the same time, thus not giving you the desired effect. Unfortunately this is not something that you could use an Action Sequence on either.
There is a solution, but it requires using Flash Builder and adding some ActionScript.
Here is the outline of the solution:
Import the Flash Catalyst project into Flash Builder (note if you are use 1.0 this is a one way trip)
Locate the Main.mxml file in the Package Explorer and open it.
Now locate the <s:transitions> section, then find <s:Transition fromState="Page1" toState="Page2" (Page1 and Page2 should be the names of the states that you used in the project).
The next line will be the tag that contains the set of transitions, <s:Parallel> for example. WIthin this tag add this attribute:
Now locate the <fx:Script> tag (toward the top of the file)
just after the <![CDATA[
then with the script block, add this function:
protected function effectEndHandler(event:EffectEvent):void
navigateToURL( new URLRequest( encodeURI("http://adobe.com")), "_blank");
replace the actual url with the one you want. You will also need to locate the original navigateToUrl call and remove it. Otherwise, two new browser windows will open.
I have attached the FlashBuilder FXP so you can reference the final version.
autoTrigger.fxp.zip 20.3 K
Thank you for you help. Ididn't test yet if it's working here but I'm sure it will.
But in a second time I can't understand why a so simple thing to do became so complex to do.