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SWF stop() not recognized in Lectora v9

glennm
glennm Community Member Posts: 32
If you are using actionscript 2.0 try

stop();

Your AS does not have the semicolon on it. Also if you look back and see that the semicolon is there, try publishing it as flash 9.0 . I ran into some problems with flash when I published swf. files with flalsh v10
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