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Movieclip is not looping

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Nov 24, 2017

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Hi!

Since yesterday I have an issue with my Animate cc (HTML5 Canvas). My movieclips sometimes is not looping. Here the link on fla file with example:

plx-240-400.fla - Google Drive

There is movieclip "arrows" that plays only once.

and here the same movieclip is looped:

plx-240-400-v2.fla - Google Drive

UPDATE1:

When i publish my project, in generated js file i got this lines adding my movieclip to the library:

(lib.arrows = function(mode,startPosition,loop) {

if (loop == null) { loop = false; } this.initialize(mode,startPosition,loop,{});

And i understand that this part don't let looping a movieclip:

if (loop == null) { loop = false; }

But what i dont understand, is why this part sometimes is added and sometimes not. It's so strange. It is added with no reason on my opinion, because i create my movieclips as usual.

Help me please to understand what's the problem.

I was find an answer. Maybe it's a bug. But when i inside a movieclip in my workspace and publish a project (with checkbox "Loop timeline" not checked), i got this movieclip is not looping. When i going next level up to the Scene and then publish a project (with checkbox "Loop timeline" not checked), it's ok, movieclip is looping.

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Movieclip is not looping

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Nov 24, 2017

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Hi!

Since yesterday I have an issue with my Animate cc (HTML5 Canvas). My movieclips sometimes is not looping. Here the link on fla file with example:

plx-240-400.fla - Google Drive

There is movieclip "arrows" that plays only once.

and here the same movieclip is looped:

plx-240-400-v2.fla - Google Drive

UPDATE1:

When i publish my project, in generated js file i got this lines adding my movieclip to the library:

(lib.arrows = function(mode,startPosition,loop) {

if (loop == null) { loop = false; } this.initialize(mode,startPosition,loop,{});

And i understand that this part don't let looping a movieclip:

if (loop == null) { loop = false; }

But what i dont understand, is why this part sometimes is added and sometimes not. It's so strange. It is added with no reason on my opinion, because i create my movieclips as usual.

Help me please to understand what's the problem.

I was find an answer. Maybe it's a bug. But when i inside a movieclip in my workspace and publish a project (with checkbox "Loop timeline" not checked), i got this movieclip is not looping. When i going next level up to the Scene and then publish a project (with checkbox "Loop timeline" not checked), it's ok, movieclip is looping.

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I was find an answer. Maybe it's a bug. But when i inside a movieclip in my workspace and publish a project (with checkbox "Loop timeline" not checked), i got this movieclip is not looping. When i going next level up to the Scene and then publish a project (with checkbox "Loop timeline" not checked), it's ok, movieclip is looping.

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I am experiencing the same symptom. Movie clips which are meant to loop are not looping, but if I go into the publish settings (while inside the movie clip in Animate) and check "loop timeline", then click "OK", and test the project, those movie clips begin looping. It's like Animate needs a reminder or something.

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