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I need help...
I´ve got a MX movie that weights 500kb and loads all in the first frame...
And i don´t find a preloader that works for that movie.
(i put the preloader in 1st frame but... it is not visible even the movie is loaded (that no serves for nothing...))
Loading externaly, using a standard preloader and loading the movieclip don´t works...
I don´t know what to do,
Can anybody help with some simple coding solution.
All the msgs are wellcome...
Thanks in advance.
Yeah... i´m sorry for my bad english, but i´m a basque farmer who can´t get the necessary time for learn english...
why is your movie loading so much in frame 1? is it because there are elements on the stage in frame 1 or did you you use the "linkage" property in your library?
without knowing the answers to these questions, i'll take a guess.
move your movie up one frame so that everything loads in frame 2. put your preloader in frame 1 along with a stop() action. once your preloader is done loading it should tell the movie to go to frame 2 and play.
ya, that's what I was gonna say - definitely have all your content start a few frames off the first frame - but then he said all that stuff about external loading & i wasn't sure what was up...
Ya... i use the linkage...
can you helpme knowing that??
i know your english isn't too good, but Dehryll is spelled with 2 L's!!
as for the linkage thing. just deselect the "Export in first frame" checkbox in the properties of the symbol. then place the symbol in frame 2 of your movie, but off stage so it can't be seen. this way the symbol will load into the movie, but not until frame 2.
Works fine... the linkage was the problem (linkage and my null mx knowledge)...
Thnx very much... now i can go to milk my cows...
in return for my help. please send 2 bottles of milk.
Here is very hot this week and the milk is the only way for not to be deshidrated...
i´m sorry but i can´t send milk via e-mail (the phone cable don´t admite this kind of stuff)
I´ll speak tomorrow with my boss about it, perhaps he can send an air-mail with some basque cheese...