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Flash MX 2004 back and next button and bg sound

Posted on 2005-03-25
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Hi!
I have a little problem with using "back" and next" buttons and background music.

#######  Actionscript for "Next" button  ################
next_btn.onRelease=function(){
      gotoAndStop(_currentframe+5);
}


######### Actionscript for "Back" button  ############
prev_btn.onRelease=function() {
      gotoAndStop(_currentframe-5);
};

###########  The end of scripts ##############
I arranged layers as follows:
Action (to stop movie at frame 1)
Back (for "Back" button")
Next (for "Next" button)
Content (to place images every five frames)
Content container mov (a movie to be used as background of the images)
sound (mp3)
background (overall background)

The problem is that the "Back" button does not work when it is moved right to begin at frame 5 (it works fine when it starts at frame 1).  I got an error message saying, "Statement must appear within on handler
     next_btn.onRelease=function(){ ".

Another problem is that when I used "Back" button ("Back" button works when it begins at frame 1), the background music restarts in addition to the original flow of music, and when I pressed "Back" button several times, the background music turns into a total noise. Is there anyway to keep the use of "Back" button from disrupting the background music?

Hope to hear your geniuses' valuable advice and suggestions!

duta1
Friday, March 25, 2005, at 1:14 pm



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sokhodom earned 2000 total points
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hi,
>>The problem is that the "Back" button does not work
You can solve it by attached the actionscript directly to the button, like this:

On Prev_btn
-------------------------------------------
on (release) {
     gotoAndStop(_currentframe-5);
};
-------------------------------------------

On next_btn
-------------------------------------------
on (release) {
     gotoAndStop(_currentframe+5);
};
-------------------------------------------

Delete those actionscript you wrote in the main time line. Then make sure that the above scripts are attached to the button ON EVERY Keyframe (sometimes you forget to put it in some keyframes and it wont work)

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>>the background music turns into a total noise
You solve this by:
- click on sound (mp3) Layer (i suppose you attached the mp3 by moving it from library to the main stage)
- Open the Property Inspector by pressing CTRL + F3
- Change the SYNC variable to "Start" instead of "Event"
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Sokhodom
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by:duta1
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Dear Sokhodom:

Thank you so much for your very, kind, super help.

Your suggestions worked great.

I am a very beginner in Flash, and I expect and hope to get more wonderful help from you genius.

Thanks again!

duta1
Friday at 3:13 pm (March 25, 2005)
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You are welcome duta1 :)
Here is a great source to learn,

Sokhodom
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