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HTML-Textfield in Flash: Set .scroll-property

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I made a HTML textfield and want to set the scroll-top of the textfield dynamically. Unfortunately the function "textfield.scroll = (variable)" doesn't work: The field jumps to line number (variable) for a very short second, but then automatically jumps back to the top position. Any ideas?
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RoyKruyshaar earned 50 total points
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Hi 99grad,

I think that your movie is still running, and when the movie starts over again, your txtfld jumps back to the top position.

Greetings,

Roy
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Yup! In the mean time I found the solution by myself. But thanx anyway! The points are yours!
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