How do you create a movie clip in a movie clip

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How do you create a movie clip in a movie clip... the site where it says i have to do that is: http://www.actionscripts.org/tutorials/ ... ndex.shtml

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MAAAAAN, 10 views, 0 replays!!!!!!!!!
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replais... i meant.. and now its 12 views
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Replies i meant ^^... *plum*, and now its 17 views....
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Dubble click the movieclip you want to add a movieclip inside, create a new layer, put a movieclip in that layer, you now have a movieclip inside a movieclip :D

Or put somthing inside the movieclip and right-click/convert to symbol.


Adde....... Not everyone that looks at a topic is doing so beouse they know the answer, some people check a topic to see if it can answer thier problem.
Further more, when you post rants about nobody replying to the topic you are doing nothing hurting your chances of getting an answer.

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Moderators are going to look at both & some get very aggrevated when they see rants like that.

Now, Please don't post rants about how many people have looked at a topic anymore.
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Oki... Thanks...
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joebert wrote:
Further more, when you post rants about nobody replying to the topic you are doing nothing hurting your chances of getting an answer.


Heh heh heh :D

Joebert-I'm north of you by about 45 minutes-what do you do for work?
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create a blank movie clip:

in there put:

Code: [ Select ]
loadMovie("musicplayer.swf", "music");


musicplayer.swf = your file name

music = your instance name
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Nem... Isnt that for playing another flash documents... ? maybe you didnt tell me..
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Adde wrote:
Nem... Isnt that for playing another flash documents... ? maybe you didnt tell me..


Yes, Nem's example is for loading movies.

Another way of doing it is,
Code: [ Select ]
createEmptyMovieClip("instanceName", depth);
   with(instanceName){
     _x = 100;
     _y = 100;
     loadMovie("path/to/movie.swf");
   }
  1. createEmptyMovieClip("instanceName", depth);
  2.    with(instanceName){
  3.      _x = 100;
  4.      _y = 100;
  5.      loadMovie("path/to/movie.swf");
  6.    }

Where depth is the z-index in the current _level to create the movieclip.
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Adde wrote:
MAAAAAN, 10 views, 0 replays!!!!!!!!!
replais... i meant.. and now its 12 views
Replies i meant ^^... *plum*, and now its 17 views....


First of all don't do this, it wont help you at all.

Secondly, watch your language.

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