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    New to the Forum. Hey guys.
    Unfortunately, I'm fairly new to Flash so I'm sure I will be buggin' you all for help. Thanks in advance.
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    OK, first dumb question.
    Trying to build a Flash movie out of components, multiple swf s back to back (sort of a part 1 and part 2 that appears seamless when viewed).
    Should I
    1) create a two framed movie with one movie in the first frame and the second movie in the second frame or
    2) just add the second movie into an instance in the last frame of the first movie so as the timeline plays and hits the last frame, the second movie starts

    It would seem to need a Loader for the second movie to lay. I tried making a movie clip out of a rectangle at the same size of the second movie and giving it an instance name but I don't know the correct code to write to get it to run in this instance. This seems very basic but I can't find any info on how to do this and what code to add into my actions panel.
    Thanks in advance.

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    HI, and welcome to the Forums!

    I'm going to move this thread to the Flash forum - you'll likely get better help there than here in the intro forum, which many members ignore or don't read past the first post.
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    gracias AlphaMare. Sorry, didn't realize what section I was in when I posted. Appreciate the help.

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    De nada - hope you get an answer - I'd help if I didn't suck so badly at Flash...
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    It should say "Look at this." ~ David Craib


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