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Old 11-15-2006, 12:21 PM   #1
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Default Export in First Frame causing problems on Pocket PC

I'm working on a Dell Axim x51v and using the HTML Controller to launch a full screen swf. We also have the exact same app running as a displayer on a PC which mirrors anything done on the mobile device.

As part of app I am using attachMovie to dynamically load something and am of course loading objects I have in my library with the linkage set and the box checked for Export in First Frame.

When I run the app on the PC, everything is fine, but on the Axim, the front end buttons no longer appear but a small dynamic text box that I have for debugging does. Its fully attributed to the Export in First Frame as I've tested all different things and simply toggling that off fixes the problem. However, without it I can't use attachMovie (that I know of).
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Old 12-14-2006, 05:08 PM   #2
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try placing all of your linkage clips on the main timeline outside of the canvas so they have to load on the first frame. i usally turn off "Export in First Frame" and just put all of my assets on the 2nd or third frame off of the canvas so i can show preload progress.
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