I have a Flash interface with links to HTML pages. The HTML pages have frames. Each Flash link, when clicked, is supposed to jump to a specific anchor tag in one of the frames.
I've got it working in IE but in Netscape 4.79 and in Netscape 6.2 I'm having problems.
You can observe this here:
http://www.people.virginia.edu/~vmf3...file_to_load=2
As you can see, the anchor tags represent chapter sections: 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, etc. The first few sections seem to work fine, but once you're past, say, .4 Netscape just doesn't go there anymore. I've noticed that the page is never fully loaded. Why? I don't know. But I think that's why it won't jump to that section/anchor tag because it hasn't loaded yet.

Here is my ActionScript.
Code:
getURL ("javascript: openWin('" + chapter_file + "', '" + jump_to + "');void(0);");
I'm passing to a Javascript function which chapter page (HTML page with frames) to open and which anchor tag to jump to.
Here is my Javascript.
Code:
function changeFrame(url, which_win) {
    which_win.mainFrame.location.href = url;
    which_win.focus();
    clearTimeout(myTimeout);

}
function update(which_win) {
    changeFrame(jump_to, which_win);
}
function openWin(frameset, anchorlink) {
    jump_to = anchorlink;
        eq_window = window.open(frameset, 'eq_window');
        myTimeout = setTimeout("update(eq_window);", 2000);
}
I'm already playing it safe and setting a timeOut so that the update function will definitely get called, even if it takes several tries. What can I do to make sure the page has fully loaded before I tell it to jump to the anchor tag, or just to make sure that Netscape understands the anchor tags, period?