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Old 03-28-2001, 05:27 AM   #1
wolf413
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I've got a Main movie which loads two external .swf files, a common interface w/ button controls on level 4 and a content movie on level 3. The content movie contains sound files that are loaded as external .swf files as well. Problem is I want to be able to fast forward, pause and rewind the content AND the sound in sync, but targeting multiple levels with the interface buttons isn't working out too well. Help!?!?

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Old 03-28-2001, 11:20 AM   #2
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Hi...
Target the level followed by the frame. You can target different levels simultaneously from the same button:

on (release) {
_level3.goToAndStop(2);
}
on (release) {
_level4.goToAndStop(4);
}

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