When I asked you about preloaders, you wrote “You may then add a small loop statement a few frames after the initial code (Go to and Play Frame 1, etc.)” - What do you mean?
I think that I may be getting this preloader thing. I’ll just run it by you and you can correct me if I’m wrong. In your example, the “If Frames Loaded” Layer is where I can havea little animation that is informing viewers that it’s loading. It connects the layer with my largest animation to the beginning of my scene. So when my frame labeled “Main” is not yet loaded, " the animation under “If Frames Loaded” shows and my “Start” layer doesn’t start. Only when my “Main” layer is fully loaded will my “Start” Layer works.
What if you have a very complex scene which requires many layers? Are the other layers played even though they aren’t labeled “Start”? Should I align them where my “Start” layer begins? Or will they play earlier? Thanks for your help.