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Apparently, I’ve been Googling this problem and I can’t seem to make it work.
_root.gotoAndPlay("Scene 1", "Vampire");
The condition is working as I can see the String “LALALALA” at my Output Window.
“_You can use the scene parameter only on the root Timeline, not within Timelines for movie clips or other objects in the document._”
Solution: code on the main time line
> *Originally posted by **[NineFiveThree](/forums/4/topics/354919?page=1#posts-7357724):***
> Solution: code on the main time line
Also don’t use scenes. Ever. They do awful nasty things to your code.
> *Originally posted by **[chaos548](/forums/4/topics/354919?page=1#posts-7357891):***
> It’s actually on one Scene.
> Just thought frame labels required the Scene Name.
Nope. gotoAndStop() is overloaded four ways:
3) string, int
4) string, string
3 and 4 are for changing scenes at the same time.