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Detecting if a Flash movie has finished downloading.

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I have a html web page (created in Dreamweaver) with three separate swf files.  One of the swf files is an audio player.

Before the audio player starts playing the music, I want to ensure that both of a file called countdown.swf has been downloaded and is running.

I'm fairly new to this type of work - so any help would be appreciated.
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Question by:Andy Brown
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Doh!!!  - Of course, I've done this in the past - not quite sure why I didn't think of it here.

Thanks (yet again).
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