john at blitzds.com
Wed Jun 15 18:38:53 CEST 2005
Why is unloading a level "better" than removing a movieclip? Did you
mean "easier" maybe?
John Grden - 310-551-0200 x207
From: mtasc-bounces at lists.motion-twin.com
[mailto:mtasc-bounces at lists.motion-twin.com] On Behalf Of Elsass
Sent: Wednesday, June 15, 2005 7:37 AM
To: Xavi Beumala
Cc: MotionTwin ActionScript2 Compiler List
Subject: Re: [mtasc] loadMovieNum?
loadMovieNum is a special SWF bytecode, I don't think I can add it to
the topLevel.as definitions.
Why do you think loadMovieNum is bad practice? Because it's not in a
Flash levels can be usefull and sometimes necessairy. For example to
load external SWF not prepared to be a subclip of an application.
Moreover unloading levels is better than unloading movieclips.
On 6/15/05, Xavi Beumala <xavi at code4net.com> wrote:
> You can modify <mtasc_folder>/std/topLevel.as and add a definition
> line for loadMovieNum.
> I'm not sure if this is the best way to go. I think (as I said in my
> previous mail) that there are some instructions that favor bad
> practices. For sure stopAllSounds and loadMovieNum are one of them :P
> Elsass Philippe wrote:
> > Hello,
> > Apparently "loadMovieNum" is not supported by MTASC...
> > Is there any workaround?
> > Thanks
> > Philippe
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