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Adobe Flash Professional CS5 : Controlling Movie Clips

11/3/2011 5:30:29 PM
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When you return to the front page, you’ll see the four sections, so you can click another movie clip to load a different section. But wouldn’t it be nice to replay the initial animation? The initial animations are nested inside each movie clip, and you can control the four movie clips that are on the Stage. Simply precede the command with the name of the movie clip and separate them with a dot. Flash targets that particular movie clip and moves its Timeline accordingly.

1.
Select the first frame of the actionscript layer and open the Actions panel.

2.
Add to the commands in the function called unloadcontent so the entire function appears as follows:

function unloadcontent(myevent:MouseEvent):void {

removeChild(myLoader);
page1_mc.gotoAndPlay(1);
page2_mc.gotoAndPlay(1);
page3_mc.gotoAndPlay(1);
page4_mc.gotoAndPlay(1);
}



In this function, which is executed when the user clicks the Loader object, the Loader object is removed from the Stage, and then the playhead of each movie clip on the Stage moves to the first frame and begins playing.

3.
Choose Control > Test Movie > in Flash Professional to preview the movie. Click on any of the four sections, and then click on the loaded content to return to the main movie.

When you return to the main movie, all four movie clips play their nested animations.


 
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