how to pass variable value betewen timeline animate html5??

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Oct 25, 2020 Oct 25, 2020

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HI. NEED YOUR HELP.

 

THE MOST SIMPLE, I HAVE A BUTTON TO JUMP TO THE NEXT FRAME (NEXT) AND I HAVE A DYNAMIC TEXT (SCORE).

 

THE CODE IN THE FIRST FRAME "index label" IS THIS

 

this.stop();
var _this = this;

this.next.on('click', function(){
	_this.gotoAndStop('pag1');
});

//I generated the variable "count" to later add

var count = 1;
this.score.text = count;

 

IN THE SECOND FRAME "pag1 label" I HAVE ONLY THIS

 

this.stop();

this.score.text = count;

I JUST WANT IT TO WORK AT CLIP LEVEL, AND ALREADY TRY USING THIS

 

 

this.count = 1;

 

BUT IT DOESN'T WORK, MAYBE IT'S BECAUSE I DO NOT KNOW WHERE TO PUT IT EXACTLY

 

WHAT SHOULD I PUT IN FRAME 1 SO THAT FRAME 2 STILL HAVE THE SAME VALUE?

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Adobe Community Professional , Oct 26, 2020 Oct 26, 2020
Hi. Firstly make the count variable a property of the main timeline by using the this keyword. Like this: this.stop(); var _this = this; this.next.on('click', function(){ _this.gotoAndStop('pag1'); }); this.count = 1; this.score.text = this.count; Then, if you want to access the count property in another frame of the main timeline, you can do this: this.stop(); this.score.text = this.count; But, if you want to access the count property from within a Movie Clip or somewhere else, use the...

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Oct 26, 2020 Oct 26, 2020

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Hi.

 

Firstly make the count variable a property of the main timeline by using the this keyword. Like this:

this.stop();
var _this = this;

this.next.on('click', function(){
	_this.gotoAndStop('pag1');
});

this.count = 1;
this.score.text = this.count;

 

Then, if you want to access the count property in another frame of the main timeline, you can do this:

this.stop();
this.score.text = this.count;

 

But, if you want to access the count property from within a Movie Clip or somewhere else, use the automatically generated global variable exportRoot.

this.stop();
this.score.text = exportRoot.count;

 

Please let us know if you still have any questions.

 

Regards,

JC

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Thank you, it already works, but in the second frame change the instance name of the dynamic text : score by score 1

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