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Old 11-07-2004, 07:46 PM   #1
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Default Flash button loading two HTML frames

I have a flash button that loads two HTML frames, a main frame, and a bottom frame with thumbnail images in it. My problem is after the user hits the flash button, I hit the back button on my browser and only the bottom frame goes back one page. If I hit it a second time, then the main page goes back. What I would like to happen is obvious, both HTML frames need to go back at the same time after hitting the browsers back button in a single click. Here is the code I have put in my flash button....

on(release) {
getURL("../../colorado/pages/DSC03384.htm", "Top Frame");
getURL("../../colorado/ThumbnailFrame.htm", "Bottom Frame");

I have also tried it this way but I get the same failed result.

on(release) {
getURL("../../colorado/pages/DSC03384.htm", "Top Frame");
on(release) {
getURL("../../colorado/ThumbnailFrame.htm", "Bottom Frame");

The web address where this problem is located is at www.photographcolorado.com I can't figure out the problem and don't really have a clue how to fix it. If someone would like to look at my FLA files I would be willing to email them for someone to look at. Thanks in advance for the help.
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Old 11-07-2004, 07:59 PM   #2
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seems to be working to me (safari , mac)

check it again using a different browser

if you have that menu on multiple pages, make sure the code is updated on every page
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