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Old 03-23-2012, 12:28 PM   #1
Reinhardt
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Default Call Javascript From Flash - Help Please

Ok I have no clue on how to do this (still learning!), so hopefully someone will be able to save the day?

Included is an example to look at for those willing to help. I have just extracted the relevant sections from the original source files. The html files are commented as well for ease of reference.

Now for my problem:

I have a flash/AS3 slideshow that serves as an abstract for a html based site. There is a catch however... I use a custom content scroller and dynamic content loader (javascript & jQuery) for the body of the site.

An example of the custom scroller and dynamic conten loader can be seen on the Malihu wbsite with a demo.

The Javascript code that loads the new content looks like this:
Code:
function LoadNewContent(id, file) {
 $("#" + id + " .customScrollBox .content").load(file, function () {
 mCustomScrollbars();
 });
 }
The button (its a list item) in the html fie that would trigger the custom content loading looks like this:
"<li><a onclick="LoadNewContent('mcs_container','about.htm l .content');return false" href="#" class="infos"><span></span></a></li>"

The ".content" class div is the section im swopping around depending on which link the user clicks. In the case above i dynamically load the contents of the ".content" div from the about.html file into the ".content" div in the index.html file (which is my main file).

Is there a way to do the same from Flash?
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