your movieclip that contains that code is on what main timeline frame? that frame plays more than once?
the code your showed is on what frame of your movieclip? is there any other code that references the variable interval?
What's up Kglad,
There's more than one delay. The first one is in the middle of the timeline. Then there's another at the end.
When I referr to "loop" I'm referring to the entire animation.
The best way to explain it it to give you the source code so you can complie it and see the issue yourself.
Thanks for the help man.
Scott form PA.
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i don't download and correct files unless i'm hired. for free help, you'll need to post in the forum or get someone else to download your file.
without knowing the specifics of your file, you could (and should) clear all your intervals before they're defined.
Thanks to Kglad the problem has been resolved.
A simple word of advice. When using actionscript 2.0 frame delays on one frame with a repeating movie clip on another layer you must clear the interval.
So if the movie clip thats loopping is called Eyes clear it with this...
var interval:Number = setInterval(
clearInterval(movieEyes_mc.interval); This is how you clear it...
If you don't do this the animation will get all screwedup..
THE BOTTOM LINE
You can not assume that when the delay is finished and plays the next frame that the other looping movie clip will automatically reset.
I highly reccomend Kglad. He knows his stuff. Seek his services if you are stuck on action script issues. He is worth every penny.