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Problems with going to a different scene on button click

Posted on 2007-03-22
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Hi,

I am trying to add an action to a button in Flash. The button should basically take you to frame one of the scene "mainQuiz". However while the trace command gives the correct output the gotoAndPlay command doesnt do anything.

on (release) {
      trace("testing");
      gotoAndPlay("mainQuiz",1);
}

Am i missing something here?
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Question by:rflook
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check that mainQuiz is on the same frame. If it already is try changing the code to:

on (release) {
      trace("testing");
     mainQuiz.gotoAndPlay(1);
}
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by:CyanBlue
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Utilize the frame label...

Go to the frame 1 of the mainQuiz scene and add a frame lable of 'mainQuizScene' and use that like this...

_level0.gotoAndPlay("mainQuizScene");

CyanBlue
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