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Old 04-07-2007, 05:13 AM   #1
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Question Basic Variable problems?

This may be the simplest thing in the world, but I cannot for the life of me work out how to do it. I'm fairly new at coding, but i've managed to work through all my problems bar this:

I have two movies, for convenience lets call them MovieA and MovieB.
MovieA is the main file, and then from that I want to open MovieB (without opening a new window), but be able to transfer all variable settings from MovieA to MovieB.

For example - say my variable (varMovieA) value ranges from 1-7, which corresponds to the visibility of certain items on the stage. I want to be able to set the visibility of similar items in MovieB, based on what is visible in MovieA, hence need to be able to transfer the value of varMovieA to MovieB.
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