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flashato says

Hi Guys,
I load an XML driven clip in a container swf. I use the hold method.
carica_scroll.loadMovie(“Assets/Tes/Images/DynamicScroller.swf”); stop();
I load an image to at the same postion.
the scroller load around 200 px offset the clip.
Any idea why ?
Iy is almost 3 year since I opened flash :(
รงThanks,
Arthur

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Tean says

Hi flashato!

If you need an AS3 example of what you are trying to achieve I can quickly make you one.

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flashato says
Thank you guys, very helpful the links, but it does’nt fix the issue.
The swf containing the scroller load in the correct position, is the scroller itself that load somewhere else.
Also if i try to move it around the stage, and preview, it will appear in the same pos.
Looks like the position of the scroller is set based on the stage
I had a look to the external as2 file and xml but couldn’t find the solution.
screenshot http://www.saiweddings.com/spanish/scroller.jpg
Thanks :)
Arthur

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