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  1. #1
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    is there a way i can create a button which does something like this:?

    gotoandplay( 'scene1', 12-31 THEN 'scene4, 7-81);

    ? any help would be greatly appreciated. The only work-around i can tihnk of is to create a new scene containing the desired frames, but this would be duplicating existing imagery and code, which is very crude.

    Thanks guys

    Geraint Lewis

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  3. #2
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    I think I understand the problem your having. Here's what I would do: First create a variable, call it whatever you'd like and put it on your button. Add the actions so that when you click the button, it sets the variable to 1. Then, just add your normal actions on the button to make it go to the scene:
    on(press) {
    gotoandPlay('scene1', 12) or whatever the syntax is...
    Now, on scene 1, frame 31, have the following actions:
    if (that variable = 1) {
    gotoandPlay('scene4', 7)
    Now, on scene 4, on frame 81 have:
    if (that variable = 1) {
    stop();

    I think this would acoomplish what your going for.


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