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How do I link to a Javascript function from a flashmovie?

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I have a small flash movie that I want to call a Javascript on mouseclick.
Can it be done?

The command currently runs from a gif, which is: Javascript:openLiveHelp(2)

Someone has suggested to me that I try putting this link within my flash movie: <a href="javascript:openlivehelp(2)">image</a>

Any ideas?

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Here a description: http://www.quirksmode.org/js/flash_call.html
For you that mean you need this line in Flash:

    getURL('javascript:openLiveHelp(2)');





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