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Old 04-03-2012, 08:50 PM   #1
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Default [AS2] iflash component won't unload

I'm using a component called iflash that can be used to load iframe inside flash, which can be downloaded for free from here flashextensions.com/products/iflash.php

It works fine, loads the frame inside the page.

But there is a little problem, I can't unload it when I change to another page. I even tried unloadMovie and unloadMovieNum, those functions unloads any kind of movie I use, except this particular one.

It's seems that that component needs to be unloaded, not the movieclip, please someone give me a light.
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Old 04-03-2012, 10:34 PM   #2
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Default [AS2] unload the component

Here is a little thing that have been making me get a pain in my back since last week, you know, all day long settle down studying, searching for a solution...

I finally made it as simple as possible, now all I need is a way to unload the component, yes, there is already an unload function written, but it is just not working in this particular case, I don't know why, that's why I'm asking help here. Your mission is to find out how to unload the iflash component.

I'm not asking anyone to develop anything for me, I just need some guidance.

The files pack is attached.

Ps: Please host the files, or use a localhost if you want to be able to see flash loading Google street view.
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File Type: zip teste mapa on release.zip (44.9 KB, 25 views)

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