HELP with mov FLASHING
Thomas J McGrath III
3mcgrath at adelphia.net
Tue Dec 2 16:51:21 EST 2003
I figured out what was going wrong. I had a selection changed in the
main stack that was being called when the movie in a substack was being
clicked on. I don't know if I like that happening from a substack or
not but I took it out of the main stack and put it in the shared
background group of the cards I needed a selectionChanged on. Below is
my script - I probably should have put a field checker before locking
the screen etc. -- it appears that once the frames were changed in the
movie a selectionChanged was sent from the substack to the mainstack
where this code was.
put the number of this card into lmyCard
find the clickText in field "SearchField" of card "Glossary..."
if the result is "Not found" -- not the text of me in field
put value(the foundLine) into field "Glos" -- background group
go card lmyCard -- keep us from switching to the card "Glossary..."
stay right here
Near Panic But OK Now..... WHEWW!!!
On Dec 2, 2003, at 2:30 PM, Ken Norris wrote:
> Hi Tom,
>> Date: Mon, 1 Dec 2003 23:06:47 -0500
>> From: Thomas J McGrath III <3mcgrath at adelphia.net>
>> Subject: HELP with mov FLASHING
>> Well now the movie flashes to white when I click on it. It does change
>> to the next slide but the flash to white is just awful.
> I had a problem like that awhile back.
> Try a "send in <time>" right after you call the file. Might give it an
> unnoticeable spot of time to get the image before displaying it.
> Ken N.
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