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Passing Flash Variable to JavaScript Function

Posted on 2004-09-01
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Hey,

I have the following code in Flash attached to a button...

var address = _root.BENCB.Main.BEN_MAIN.Options.EmailPage.text;
getURL("javascript:GoEmail('"+address+"')");

which leads to...

function GoEmail(address) {
window.document.getElementById("WorldLayer").style.left = "151.3";
window.document.getElementById("WorldLayer").style.top = "162.3";
window.document.getElementById("WorldFrame").src = address;
window.document.getElementById("WorldLayer").style.visibility = "visible";
}

and when run in the html i get an error complaining that an "object expected."

any thoughts as to why it isn't liking this procedure?

thanks.
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Question by:AlexSilverman
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muso120999 earned 500 total points
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If you put:

alert("Address: ["+address+"]");

in GoEmail, what does it say?
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by:AlexSilverman
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in the javascript, or in the flash call to GoEmail?
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After "function GoEmail(address) {" in the JavaScript

I just want to see what kind of value is being passed to it
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by:AlexSilverman
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ugh, and now it is suddenly not giving me the object error... no idea what changed in terms of getting passed in there, but now it is happy.

novice javascripter obviously, thank you for the alert tip.
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Okay, well at least it's working!
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