add a MovieClip in new Presenter 13 Custom Skin

If I add any MovieClip/text Field in the "CustomFrame" it works Fine But, if I give the Movie Clip/ textField name and then Publish it Show the Error:

ReferenceError: Error #1056: Cannot create property t on customframe Frame

at flash display::Sprite/constructChildren()

at flash display::Sprite()

at customframe base::CustomSprite()

at customframe::Frame()

Can Any body Hell me how to Solve this? 

4 Replies
Nelson Diaz

It seems like you haven't declared your MovieClip/TextField in the Frame class   Open the Frame as file (path: src/customframe) and instantiate your variables in the public class Frame

For example, since it appearst that you named your text field "t", use something like:

 public var t:TextField;

Then do the same for your movieclip (using the name "myMC" as an example):

public var myMC:MovieClip;

Subit Sahoo

Nelson Diaz said:

It seems like you haven't declared your MovieClip/TextField in the Frame class   Open the Frame as file (path: src/customframe) and instantiate your variables in the public class Frame

For example, since it appearst that you named your text field "t", use something like:

 public var t:TextField;

Then do the same for your movieclip (using the name "myMC" as an example):

public var myMC:MovieClip;


Thanks a lot Nelson

Nelson Diaz

Subit, I don't use custom frames, so I can't tell why the player tabs are not displaying on your custom frame   This could well be a limitation of the custom frame that needs to be addressed by Articulate   Hopefully someone in the forums is familiar with custom frames and can shed some light on this issue   You could also submit a feature request to Articulate in case the custom frame needs to be revised for the next SDK release