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Subject: Re: FLASH: targeting main timeline from MC instance?
From: Karin Christensen
Date: Wed, 31 May 2000 22:23:41 +0100

If you are using scenes, assign a label to frame 1, then it should
work. You should use labels instead of frame numbers in general.
Labels will always remain the same but the frame numbers can change if
you edit or add frames. As a note, I found in the past that if you
use scenes tell targeting can sometimes not work correctly.

> Karin Christensen wrote:
> > Hi Michael,
> > Use tell target and type in a forward slash "/" (no quotes) to
> > the main time line.
> > Karin
> thx alot for the input, karin:
> would *this* be the right script to go to
> frame 1 of the main timeline ? it actually doesn't seem to work;
> (it's being called from an MC layer instance in the same scene)...
> On (Release)
> Begin Tell Target ("/")
> Go to and Stop (1)
> End Tell Target
> End On

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