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problem linking seperate SWF in 2 different HTMLs

problem linking seperate SWF in 2 different HTMLs

problem linking seperate SWF in 2 different HTMLs


i want to link a flash button from HTML1 to a different flash movie, that is in page HTML2.
i mennage to link the button to the beginning of the movie of HTML2 (using GET URL and TELL TARGET (_level0) goto).
but can i make the button link to the 2nd scene of the HTML2 flash movie, and not to it's beginning?

thanx for your support

RE: problem linking seperate SWF in 2 different HTMLs

you can import the second movie into the first one and provide a link that way then use the goto frame?? of scene 2 and play.

Hope this helps,

RE: problem linking seperate SWF in 2 different HTMLs

Don't import anything. You are almost there, but instead of just linking to the second movie, create a labeled frame in the 2nd scene wherever you want it to be linked. For example, label the frame: "fer"

Now instead of targeting _level0 you have to target _level0/fer which is the labeled frame.

If you have questions, write me at ferhelping@yahoo.com

Good luck, Fernando

Fernando Regueiro

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