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1. Convert all of your small pics into movie clips and name them as scroll1_mc, scroll2_mc, etc. 2. Select all the movie clips and convert them to a single movie clip and call it as scrollGroup_mc. 3. Again convert the scrollGroup_mc to a movieclip and call it as scroll_mc. 3. Now, double click the scroll_mc, and create your tween (in your favorite direction) using scrollGroup_mc. 4. Now, attach the following code in the root's timeline. (Make sure that you should not inside of any movieclip)
I tried your script and it all checked out fine when I ran it. Make sure you click on the first frame of layer action and open the Action Script Panel (F9). Once this is accomplished.
Click on the second frame of layer action and press F6 key.
Like I said everything worked out when I tried using the script you posted so, if anything I would suggest starting from scratch.