"Tell Target" is CS4

Posted on 2009-02-24
Last Modified: 2013-11-11
I built an app in Flash a while ago where a user could click on a button and the text would scroll down. It wasn't a "scroller," it was just an arrow, either up or down, where the script was telling another movie clip to advance the timeline forward or backward.

I know that's an archaic approach, but I have no idea to start with CS4. Any suggestions?
Question by:brucegust
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    I don't know what version of ActionScript you are using, but use dot notation to replace the tellTarget...

    tellTarget ("someMC")
    should be...

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