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Detecting if a seperate Flash file has been loaded.

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I have already asked a similar question but the answer wasn't quite what I actually needed.

I have a html web page that loads up four swf files.  One of these files is a basic audio player, but I don't want it to start until the other three files have been downloaded and have started to run.

If someone could help me out it would be really appreciated.
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Basically the audio player needs to receive a message from all three other SWFs...  You'd need to use LocalConnection class for it...

So, your audio player will have a counter that is initially set to 0, and then adds up whenever you receive a message from other SWF, and then play the audio when it reaches to 3...

This example shows you how to set up the LocalConnection...
     http://kb.adobe.com/selfservice/viewContent.do?externalId=tn_16243

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That was spot on - and really helped me out.

Thank you.
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