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A bit ago I was working on a random animation. I started out doodling with my mouse and decided to add animation. Looks like a splash sceen. Anyways, I screwed up somewhere. The gargoyle is NOT _supposed_ to flutter around with his ears. They’re only supposed to be in the down position when he’s moving upwards and gets hit on the head. I thought it was way too funny to fix. So it’s probably staying.
I had the head as a graphic symbol with 2 frames inside, one for “up” ears and one for “down” position. I set the graphic symbol to “single frame” but for some reason my flash likes to do stupid crap and it was reading it as a movieclip. Movieclips by default loop over and over. That’s what made the ears flutter. I don’t know what it is with my flash 8, but it oftentimes has a mind of its own. I think I need to reinstall it or something.