Basic Flash CS4 Help (loop section of scene)

Posted on 2009-04-30
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
Here is a very basic question regarding flash cs4 I need a quick answer to, cant find it easily it seems. Should be super easy points. ;)

I have a scene playing of say 300 frames. I want it to start at frame one, play through once to 300 and then loop 200-300 infinitely... How does one go about such a thing?


Question by:aiwazz
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    In the last frame (300) place the following code:


    Author Closing Comment

    I did manage to find this as well, finally! but thank you, you get the points! Frustrating google search. First time messing with actionscript/flash... cheers!
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    No problem, I was once there so know what it's like, please to have helped in some way.

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