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the paths used in your swf are incorrect. they should be relative to the html file in which the swf is embedded not relative to the location of the swf file.
Thanks for the response.... I'm sorry, I'm not entirely sure how to make the swf relative to the html file.... are you saying ALL swf's that load should be relative to the html file? That would require quite a bit of changes...
Ideally, I would want the html to open the first swf and then be able to load all other swf's into that swf. How I had it set up before in version 6 (which worked) was... the index has embed src="3D/intro.swf". In the intro.swf, I have the following action script on the timeline: loadMovie("main.swf", targetintro);
So you're saying if I make the actionscript relative to the html, then the rest of the swf's that load will work? Or I have to change the actionscript in all the swf's? How do I make the actionscript relative to the html?
Again, thanks for your help :)
yes, your intro.swf is loaded into the same folder that contains the html file.
so when intro.swf loads something (say target.swf) that's in the same folder as intro.swf (3D), the code in intro.swf will need to target 3D/target.swf.