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XML Flash website not showing correct information

Posted on 2011-02-10
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main.xml main-cs3.swf main-cs3-sent.fla
I bought a Flash XML template and it was working fine.  I was editing the xml file to make the changes.  Then I removed the music (playing in the background when the website was online) and published the FLA file.  SInce then, whenever I click the SWF file, it does not show all of the information in the XML file.  It will show the correct images that are listed in the XML file.  But it will not show the correct text that is in the XML file.  Can anyone help me out?  How do I get the SWF file to show the correct information that is in the XML file?  If needed, I have more files that I can send if you need them for a solution.
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First, the CS3 files does not open in CS3 :(

When I compiled it, it gave me 2 errors as follows:
1120: Access of undefined property thisPageText3.
1120: Access of undefined property thisPageText4.

This suggests that the textfields are missing and hence they are not getting displayed and throwing errors.

Warm Regards
Deepanjan Das
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