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It is hard to tell by your description what went wrong, as I can't figuer out, what you use PHP for, from where you are caling it etc...
To my best knowledge there is no general rule not to load components into an other swf, but as they are quite cumbersome in many respects (size for one, Depth issues for an other example...) I don't use them if I can avoid it.
But for someone to help you you might have to elaborate a bit more, or post sources, at least that's what I guess.
Maybe if you were to see it, it may help you out a bit. If you click here for the external file you will see that the components are working. However, if you click here for the parent file and then click on "Meetings" on the top menu you will see that they do not work at all. However, if someone were to hit the "send" button, the PHP code would actually interact with the form. Let me know if that helps at all. Thanks again for replying.
Sorry Elijah, I now see what you mean to a better extend, but to help you I'd have to dig a lot deeper, which I won't at least right now, as it is close to midnight right here, and he kids will wake me too early anyhow.
If you're still stuck the other day I might give it another try, but tomorrow will be rather packed - sorry.
Remark: Vivaldi is long dead, but are you positve you won't hurt some right o the performers ? ;-)
I actually found a post on this forum that was answered way back in February by kglad. The answer to my problem was to just place the following code on the actions layer where my components were being displayed:
That was it. Thanks anyhow 2m.
The solution you provided with lockroot did not work for me.
I found that placing an instance of the component in the parent (ie.the loading mc) solved the problem.