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"Access of undefined property btn_website"

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May 18, 2020

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This is probably the angriest I've been in a while. I practically copied a video that did exactly this and it doesn't work. This is ALL of the code that Animate auto-generated, and this is the error it always throws. The instance names aren't wrong. The button name and the button instance are both the same, so there is no possible way it could try to access something that doesn't exist. Please tell me how I could have possibly gotten this wrong when there is literally nothing I could have done wrong. This is the only button in the entire project; this is as simple as it gets. I'm just using the "Click To Go To Webpage" snippet. Why is this happening? This nonsense happens with every single Adobe product and I honestly cannot believe people keep using their programs.

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You don't have advanced layers enabled, do you?

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"Access of undefined property btn_website"

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This is probably the angriest I've been in a while. I practically copied a video that did exactly this and it doesn't work. This is ALL of the code that Animate auto-generated, and this is the error it always throws. The instance names aren't wrong. The button name and the button instance are both the same, so there is no possible way it could try to access something that doesn't exist. Please tell me how I could have possibly gotten this wrong when there is literally nothing I could have done wrong. This is the only button in the entire project; this is as simple as it gets. I'm just using the "Click To Go To Webpage" snippet. Why is this happening? This nonsense happens with every single Adobe product and I honestly cannot believe people keep using their programs.

sollesi_0-1589867928183.png

sollesi_1-1589868095064.png

 

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You don't have advanced layers enabled, do you?

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You don't have advanced layers enabled, do you?

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Okay, that was enabled and disabling it completely fixed my problem. No idea what advanced layers even does or why I would ever want it in that case, but I am new to this program. Because of you saying this, I can now complete my assignment. Thank you.

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