Hi, i hope you guys can help me! \r\rI have two .swf flash 5 movies and on one of them it has two input boxes which for the sake of easyness we’ll call…\r\rInputbox1\rInputbox2\r\rIs there any way that on another .swf file i can recall what the user put in any of the Inputboxes and then if they entered “something” then it would go to a frame.\r\rThanks in advance, Chris
are you going to end up loading one of these movies into the other one, or are they intended to be used separately on a page or in stand alone players?
Hi, the two .swf files are completely seperate and i do not intend to load the other one from one of them. Also the two swf files are on two html pages but are stored on the server in the same directory.\r\rAlso does any one know how to get it so when you right mouse click on a movie it only comes up with the settings (if flash 6) and the “About Macromedia Flash Player” instead of all the “play”, “Stop” and “Forward” rubbish?
The second question… to disable that, you have to check out the publish settings. I think the html publish tab is the one that holds that option.\r\rThe first question. I’m still thinking about this. I believe that the getURL(); global function sends variables to an html page. \r\rSo if you had the first swf in an html use the getUrl to another html page, you should be able to send variables to it. \r\rThen if you were to have the address of the swf in the second html page apended with "?myFirstVariable=something&mySecondVariable=something\r\rand those variables were the same as the ones being sent to it, it might very well send and recieve these between the pages. I’ve never tried this, but it’s worth a shot. I’ll try to do some testing on that.\r
Check this www.flashxpress.net/2001/…/index.htm\rIt’s about communication between Flash and HTML, but it might help you a bit.\r\rpom 0]
Take the text box and set it’s variable to something like\r\r"_root.myLoadedText"\r\rThen in the first frame of your movie script something like\r\rloadVariable(“mytextfile.txt”,0);\r\rThis will load any variables from the file mytextfile.txt, into the root of the movie. The text field itself can be on the root timeline, or in a movie clip since it’s variable is set to “_root” location.\r\rRemember that the txt file must be in the same web folder as the swf that’s calling it.