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Hello,

How can I a link page 2 (for instance) to page one on the 50th frame ???

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if you mean link as in go to, and page 2 is a separate swf from page one then simply do this.

in the timeline of page one, at the 50th frame, put this code in.

loadMovie("two.swf", _root);


that means, when the movie reaches frame 50 of page one, it will load page two in its place.

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Actually I'm in page two and I've a back button to page one.
The thing is that in page one from frame 1 to 49 there's an introduction.
What I want is when I am in page 2, I click to go to page 1 and I skip the introduction
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