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May 17, 2019

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I have just built a HTML5 Banner using Adobe Animate, and I do wish it to stop looping. A lot of people have complained that this.stop(); isn't working. However for me after I have added this into actions, and press CTRL ENTER to preview the animation -- i just get a blank page. When i remove this.stop(); it works fine. So there is something wrong with this script.

I can't find the setting about combined Sprint files either.

Any ideas what is going on here?

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this.stop(); prevents preview working

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I have just built a HTML5 Banner using Adobe Animate, and I do wish it to stop looping. A lot of people have complained that this.stop(); isn't working. However for me after I have added this into actions, and press CTRL ENTER to preview the animation -- i just get a blank page. When i remove this.stop(); it works fine. So there is something wrong with this script.

I can't find the setting about combined Sprint files either.

Any ideas what is going on here?

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is this.stop() attached to the last frame of the main timeline?

if so, what's your console show?

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May 18, 2019

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where are you putting the stop? it should be at the end of your animation in the timeline.

/*

Stop a Movie Clip/Video

Stops the specified movie clip or video.

*/

_this.stop();

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The stop action is at the very end of the banner on the last keyframe, and there are no errors in the console. Its just blank.

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did you click control>test movie>in browser?

if so did you check the developer's console in your browser?

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