If mc is a textfield, textfields do not have an onEnterFrame method. Try using this instead...
this.onEnterFrame = function()
mc.text = _currentframe;
You should only need one instance of the textfield spanning across the timeline.
Cant use this because i cant put code on the dynamic text box,
where do i put the code, at the moment its on the frame inside the movieclip in which the dynamic text box is on.
The code goes on the timeline that contains the textfield. If you still place code on objects, try to break the habit.
i dont understand, u said on enter frame doesnt work but u said use that.
it works on frame 100, but when it goes down it stays at 100.
tryed so much to solve it.
Ye works now, ithink my problem was i had the same instance name as a variable name, why i dont know im an idiot but it works now thanks.