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Reaper-Media says

THANKS DO MUCH theflyingtinman, works perfectly, ty! :)

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Reaper-Media says

there’s nothing i will really benefit from AS3 , i’m sticking with AS2

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Reaper-Media says

i’ll try it, thanks for the tip and sanju1979, i think i’d rather comb through the internet to try and find the code than pay $25

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Reaper-Media says

If you do report the site, there’s nothing paypal can do about it, it’s going to be a european host and there is now way of paypal blocking it.

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Reaper-Media says

This is called email phishing, it’s not just paypal, but banks and everything are mimmiked to see if they can get you to give them your details, anybody could be on the other end, it is almost certainly not paypal who sent you that e-mail. A good way to check is by hovering over the link and in the status bar, seeing what it really is, it’s probably something like .js or .es or some other country. What they do when they load is mask the URL in the address bar so you don’t even know what it is, but it is not where you are.

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Reaper-Media says

hi, i’m trying to create a search box in as2, and the only thing i haven’t yet managed to do is create a var from the value of a text box, now i’m not to farmiliar with creating vars from object values, i’ve managed to get the url working,

var entireURL = “http://site.com/search/?s=” + _root.item();

on(press) {getURL(_root.entireURL);}

now i’m getting to the url, http://site.com/search/?s=undefined

how do i obtain the input text from a textbox using values and what-not,

i’ve tried lots, i need the exact code for the var item… and what i need to do to the textbox (probably just values), it would also be nice if you could test it first, try changing a text value to test.

I’ve also tried

var item:text = [label]

but it doesn’t seem to work

Help pleeeease…

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