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Subject: Re: FLASH: Movie Clip Control
From: John Croteau
Date: Fri, 28 Aug 1998 20:31:21 +0100

Hi Chris,

> I have a movie that I don't want to loop, which contains looping movie
> clips. My problem is that the
> movie clips keep looping after the animation stops (this is
> undesireable). Is it possible to arrange
> for the (looped) movie clips to stop with the rest of the movie?
> Specifying that the movie not loop
> in the html doesn't work, nor does issuing the "stop" command on the last
> frame of the movie.
Movie Clips and Load Movie have independent timelines.
You use Tell Target to communicate with them.

Issue something similar to this:

Tell Target /InstanceName
End Tell Target

InstanceName is the Instance Name of the Movie Clip not the Library

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  FLASH: Movie Clip Control, Chris Wiggins

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