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Flash CS5 - Stop swf from looping without stop();

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Hi,

I'm publishing a Flash file to a .swf, and the swf keeps looping.

Using stop();, or any ActionScript is not an option unfortunately.

In the publish settings, there is no options for Loop. I noticed there is a loop option in the html publish settings, but changing the loop option doesn't solve the swf from looping.

So, how do I publish a .swf that doesn't loop?

Many thanks!
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Question by:DonHoddinott2
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in the HTML do you have the following:
<param name="loop" value="false">
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The actual resolution was outside of the scope of the question, but your answer would definitely be most appropriate in most circumstances, so thank you!
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