The errors seem to indicate that you are trying to declare the same variables again, namely 'myLoader' and 'url'.
var myLoader:Loader = new Loader();
var url:URLRequest ...
When you use "var" you are declaring a variable.
You cannot declare a variable more than once in a file. So either use new variable names, or do not use the "var" declaration for any other times you use those variables in the file. LAter in the timeline you could try using...
myLoader = new Loader();
url = new URLRequest("flashfiles/someother.swf");
When I delete the "var" I get two errors for each line:
1067: Implicit coercion of a value of type flash..display:Loader to an unrelated type Class.
1088: Illegal assignment to class Loader.
I think you have a general idea of what I am trying to do though, do you maybe have a code or a link that can refer me to the code I need? Also I'm trying to understand Action Script better in general. How would I go about using "new variable names?"
And I really appreciate the help so I apologize if I annoy you at any time.
I'd have to see what you did for the code to try to unravel the error messages.
As far as creating new variables, you just do.. that... instead of using "myLoader" and "url", you use new words...
var myOtherLoader:Loader = new Loader();
var anotherUrl:URLRequest = new URLRequest("flashfiles/bwphoto.swf");
Oh ok. I guess I just didn't know how to properly name variables.
Thanks again for your help Ned! Much appreciated!