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Posted on 2003-11-10
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Hello,

I'm pretty new to Flash so bear with me.

I'm using Flash MX 2004 Professional.

I've got two slides.

I've got a "next" button on the bottom of the first slide which moves the presentation to the second slide when it's pushed.

Very easy...everything works.

I want the first slide to start with a sound in the background. So I create a layer for the sound and I put a sound element in the first frame.

But, when I hit the next button to bring the presentation to the second slide, I want the first background sound to stop and a new background sound to start.

I put a new layer with a sound on the second slide, but you never hear it. The background from the first slide continues to loop.

I'm sure I'm doing something fundamentally wrong. But everything I've tried just screws it up.

Is this an easy fix?

Thanks in advance!

Steve
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