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swf link (load movie)

Posted on 2004-04-20
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Hi,

I'm doing a presentation with Flash Mx and I've 10 different movies to link each others... I've a menu with ten buttons which link to swf's. I use the load movie method :

on (press)
      {loadMovie("fan_heaters.swf",1);
      }
 
Is there another way to link my different swf because in some case, the result don't exactly come out like I want.

Thanks in advance
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krishnaprathab earned 50 total points
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Flash provides three API's to do this :

loadMovie
loadMovieNum
attachMovie (only if you are attaching a movie in the library)
createEmptyMovieClip (doesnt load a swf directly but cna be used as a place-holder for the loaded movie)

>> in some case, the result don't exactly come out like I want.

what is that which is happening exactly?

Thanks,
KP
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