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How to stop the export movie loop?

Posted on 2002-03-18
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I created a flash movie and later export it as a .swf file.However,after I export the movie,it will keeps on looping.So,what should I do to stop the movie loop?
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jslee81, try this...

In the last frame of your movie...
right click (Windows), Control click (Mac)...
in the menu go to properties...
click on the actions tab...
click on the + sign...
click on stop.

This adds the stop action to the last frame in your movie and will stop your movie when it reaches this frame.
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