Yo can call getTimer(); global function , which shows total running time of the .swf file
I always set the scope at the start of my code:var scope:movieClip = thisand then base everything off that. Make`s life much easier.
what would this change ?!
you don’t write _root.movie1.movie2.movie3
you write: scope.movie1.movie2.movie3
because “scope” always points to “_root” and it must be declared on the main timeline of the movie
“scope” is just an arbitrary name you can use anything you like , I use “mainTimeline”
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No , that’s not possible , first of all , because of the security reasons.
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