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Subject: Re: FLASH: If Frame is Loaded...
From: John Croteau
Date: Fri, 30 Oct 1998 18:46:45 GMT

Hi David,

> I'm trying to build a Flash site with separate URLs for the default and
> second tier section pages. I would like for the user not to see the
> first 20-30 frames of a URL that they have already visited, as on the
> Flash Central Site. I have labeled frame 30 "headstart" and added the
> action <If Frame is Loaded, Go To and Play, Label "headstart"> in the
> first frame of the swf. I still see the entire animation when I use the
> browser navigation tools.
> Am I close? Would someone please show me the error of my ways?
Don't see the problem.
Label the Last Frame Fini or something similar.

Then place something similar to this Action in frame 1.

If Frame is Loaded Fini
Go to and Play headstart
End If

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