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Proper Use of clickTAG for Adwords

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Haven't used Flash in a while (CS6). I'm trying to replace the traditional clickTAG code with the code Adwords provides. Problem is, no where is it shown exactly how/where to put the code. Can anyone shed some light on this?

 

Existing code:

 

function clickerTagger() { getURL(_level0.clickTag, "_blank"); trace("CLICKED"); } function clickerTagger1() { getURL(_level0.clickTag1, "_blank"); trace("CLICKED1"); } invisBTN.onRelease = function() { clickerTagger(); };

 

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Code from Adwords:

 

import flash.events.MouseEvent; import flash.net.URLRequest; // ...... someButton_or_displayObject_to_receive_mouseClick.addEventListener( MouseEvent.CLICK, function(event: MouseEvent) : void { flash.net.navigateToURL(new URLRequest( root.loaderInfo.parameters.clickTAG), "_blank"); } );

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Accepted by Mini-CM (Community Manager)
September 2015

Re: Proper Use of clickTAG for Adwords

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OK, well I guess I'll reply to my own post after getting everything working. This post makes the assumption that you already have clickTAG code, but Adwords is rejecting it. This is how I got it working.

 

I tried posting this in text, but Google deleted all the code. I don't see an inline box or anything so I'm posting a screenshot of what I had written.

 

Proper clickTAG Adwords

 

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Re: Proper Use of clickTAG for Adwords

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OK, well I guess I'll reply to my own post after getting everything working. This post makes the assumption that you already have clickTAG code, but Adwords is rejecting it. This is how I got it working.

 

I tried posting this in text, but Google deleted all the code. I don't see an inline box or anything so I'm posting a screenshot of what I had written.

 

Proper clickTAG Adwords

 

Re: Proper Use of clickTAG for Adwords

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Great troubleshooting Tier. Thanks for the update.