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you'll probably need to fix that frame 1/frame 2 loop stuff unless that's on a timeline that's not related to your navigation.
other than that, does button_1 do what you want?
Okay I put the script on one frame instead of two (I'm guessing that's what you were suggesting? Sorry, still a little new to this.)
It works the same, but it doesn't work in actionscript 3, which is what I need to use the button code.
And I tried testing the button scene thing (sorry, don't know what it's called, bare with me.) What happened is
1. I added a new scene to be one of the pages.
2. Entered the code into the button and made "Scene 2" the target, so when I click on the button, Scene 2 will appear.
What I got was a flashing swf from scene 1 to scene 2. Is this from the loop? Is there anyway to keep the cool blue sliding thing *and* be able to click on a button and change to a different scene?
1. you need a stop() attached to a frame where you want your main timeline to stop. otherwise, your swf will play through all your frames in all your scenes and then loop and repeat.
2. do you have a button named button_1 on stage and do you have a "Scene 3"? if yes, the following should work:
MovieClip(this.root).gotoAndPlay(1, "Scene 3"); // again the timeline will not stop unless there's a stop() somewhere (or gotoAndStop() ).
Thank you so much! I added the stop and that code and it worked perfectly. Now I just need to translate my actionscript 1 to 3 and I'll be all set.