I'm making a "master movie" for an assignment and I'm stuck right now. What I've got is an Intro page that will serve at the Parent.swf to load 4 other child swf's upon a mouse click. The problem is I have a theater stage where I tweened an animation to make it appear the curtain on the stage is going up but once it reaches it maximum height....the tween abruptly stops. I want it to HOLD there until a user clicks a button.
How would I make this happen? Here is the page in question: http://webspace.westwood.edu/student/briankelsey/week8/master_movie.html
Thanks for any advice or suggestions that can be thrown my way. I can't go any further on this assignment until I can fix this.
The best I can offer with the info provided is to tell you to put a stop() at the end of the tween assuming it's a timeline tween. Maybe making that a separate movieclip will also be helpful... hard to say without details.
Yes, I did that when I first created the action layer before I thought about the timeline tween. So, after I created my tween and stretched all the other layers to match the THX sound duration, I neglected to delete the first stop(); action in the first frame of the action layer. I placed a blank keyframe at the end of my action layer and put the stop action there. That did the trick!