Inconsistent referencing behaviour

Can any one tell me why the listenerevent functions seem to be inconsistent. The second one works. The first one doesn't, complaining about a NULL parameter being passed to navigateToURL. I used to have the links in an array, and as you can see by my commented out code, I wanted to loop this. Any help here

Code: var links1 = new URLRequest("link1.html"); var links2 = new URLRequest("link2.html"); var links3 = new URLRequest("link3.html"); var links4 = new URLRequest("link4.html"); //for (y=1;y

Posted On: Thursday 25th of October 2012 11:18:32 PM Total Views:  300
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