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Old 09-12-2007, 07:22 PM   #1
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Post Publishing -- Flash 8 to Flash 9

I can't believe this is my first question after migrating to 9 from Flash 8 Pro.

I've got files I created in Flash 8, (publishing to player 8 AS2). I've now opened them in Flash 9 (while maintaining the same publish settings).

When I test the movie, it creates the window on the screen but will not play. It seems to stop at the first keyframe. It is as if each keyframe had a stop(); command on it. Has anyone else experienced this? What am I doing wrong? I can go to the directory where it was published and play from there, it works as expected.

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Old 09-12-2007, 09:45 PM   #2
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Does anyone think I just need to re-install my CS3? This is a weird thing to happen & I'd appreciate a guess from the CS3 people.

Thanks, Greg
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