AS3 navigateToURL + anchor and / or scroll down?

I’ve been trying for days to sort out issues regarding SWFAddress, which I cannot resolve. In the interim, I’m on a deadline to release this website and I need to find a work-around solution.

The site is fully flash; each section of site is a swf file unto itself that is embedded in a dreamweaver html page for upload to server. I have very many buttons linking these different sections/swf’s to each other that require the navigateToURL command. The problem is that I need some of these links to also specify a specific frame label or anchor that is located somewhere VERTICALLY down the page. I’ve tried to use frame labels (didn’t work) and anchors to do this, but the vertical layout seems to render this method defunct. I have resolved that if the layout were horizontal, it would be simple - but cannot afford time now to redesign the fla/swf.

I’ve tried to command the navigateToUrl to take the visitor to the url and to scroll to an x/y position - but this hasn’t worked for me either. I’ll provide a number of the trial codes below here… perhaps someone can detect where I am going wrong with this?

//item button links to anchor page (#/2009to2006) within archives.swf, then directs a scroll down the archives.swf//


NOISEmontageArch_btn.addEventListener(MouseEvent.CLICK, goNOISEmontageArch);
function goNOISEmontageArch(event: MouseEvent) {
var request:URLRequest = new URLRequest(“…/archives.html#/2009to2006”)

catch (event:Error) {
trace(“Error occurred!”);

//in this try, the anchor (#1999) is placed on a frame that is half way down the page (in destination swf/url, in run-time, the anchor is not picked up by browser at all//


padreArch_btn.addEventListener(MouseEvent.CLICK, goPadreArch);
function goPadreArch(event: MouseEvent) {
var request:URLRequest = new URLRequest(“…/archives.html#1999”)

//in this try, anchor (“2006”) is referred to separately from url address//


pliantArch_btn.addEventListener(MouseEvent.CLICK, goPliantArch);
function goPliantArch(event: MouseEvent) {
var request:URLRequest = new URLRequest(“…/archives.html”)

//I keep finding reference to this (below) online, but I get script errors when I try it://
var request:URLRequest = new URLRequest(“…/archives.html”, “2006”)

Can’t seem to find any reference to how to do this in any help directories!