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Is it possible? And if yes to make a switch/button between 2 preview modes (old and new
ones). Actually it needs for me to avoid long text cut off where it goes behind game
screen without playing a game/swf. If there are another easier ways to check this problem
let me know :).
So you want a button which allwos you to see the frame with the original texts and with
the new texts? Why don't you open the old file? What is the diffrence?
Or you want to change the texts without reloading the frame? With internal viewer it is
possible, but i think you need it for external viewer becaues you want to click on actions
in the frame.
Ok, lets start from beginning :). When I open any DefineText I seen in preview window only
some text and nothing more. But I don't want to see just text and I want to see all game
scene (as on screenshot) in SWF preview with selected DefineText.
But what about to preview all scenes with this text and navigate with buttons between
them? Is it possible to make it works for some way, maybe for long text sentences (because
of little chance that it will be used in multiple scenes)?