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How do I link to an external page written in html from a flash page

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I have a website that is written only in flash.
I need to link from somewhere withing the site to a page that is not contained within that website and is written only in html.
Could someone please assist.
Many Thanks
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you simply need to use a getURL

so for example, create a button - give it an instance name, and place this code on the timeline.

yourButtonName.onRelease = function() {
getURL("http://www.google.co.za", "_blank");
}
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