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Frame Loaded and levels

Posted on 2000-03-07
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is it possible to have a script on one level to see if a frame has been loaded on a movie in another level.

Also...How many levels can be used.

thanks for the help.
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Question by:RICHARDH
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by:coopa
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Try this...

  Begin Tell Target ("_levelNNN/")
    If Frame Is Loaded (blah-blah)
       Goto and play
    End Frame Loaded
  End Tell Target

Where:

NNN = the level with the loading frame.

blah-blah = is the frame on this level where the frame is loaded.

Not too sure how many levels can be used.
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by:RobSimpson
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You cannot put an If frame loaded inside a Tell target command.

The appropriate command remains grey and cannot be selected.

Any suggestions.
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by:coopa
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> Any suggestions.
No... Sorry.

It was a long shot.
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RoyKruyshaar earned 50 total points
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When you assign in the first movie in the first frame a variable like varLoaded="false", you can change in the last frame of the second movie varLoaded="true". Now you can check from the first movie, if varLoaded is true.
About the maximum number of levels: the more levels, the more complicator your movie, but there are no limits.
Good Luck.
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