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Old 07-11-2002, 02:10 PM   #1
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Arrow what is the target path from scene to scene........

The button on the Scene 1 must tell
MovieClip2 (instance name MC2)
wich is in the
MovieClip1 (instance name MC1)
wich is on the scene 2
to play
how to do that
what is the target path
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Old 07-11-2002, 02:22 PM   #2
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I believe u can't. U c, scene 2 is after scene 1 ... which means they aren't there at the same time. Which means that the button is gone when the mc is adressable and the mc isn't adressable yet when the buttons accessible.

U'll have to make sure the button's still there when u're in scene 2, or to jump to scene2 and then start the mc when u release the button.

So the button would have something like :
on (release) {
_root.gotoAndPlay("scene 2", 1);

and then the 1st frame of scene 2 should have :
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