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  1. Thank you for the reply. I will look into the basic loading sequence and do further testing there. I did notice when tracing out some of the loader properties, that the rootLoader property of the LoaderEvent did contain a progress property and contains a value. The rootLoader has a class of LoaderMax. Since I was not the creator of this specific Course Engine, there may be a few things I have overlooked. I will keep digging. Worst case scenario I will just display "Loading" instead of a percent. I just find it strange that when I'm running it in Flash the trace statements act correctl
  2. Hello everyone, I've been spending the last few hours trying to display the loading progress of an image. Quick rundown of the project: I have a Controller FLA with a base class, this file constructs my course engine and all files associated with it. This engine contains many layers(Page, Overlay, Interface, etc) each is a separate swf file with a base class. One of the layers, IDLayer, loads images into it. On the loading progress the IDLayer sends the loading event data to the Controller so it can display the progress on the Overlay Layer. When running the program from Flash, the data tra