I just did a fresh install of Flash CS6. Now when I open my .fla to edit it, the stage will not update to reflect my changes unless I scroll the stage up or down. For example, I draw an oval on the stage. The oval won't actually render until I scroll the stage or try to move it using the move tool.
Has anyone else experienced this or have any ideas?
Thanks in advance for your help!
I haven't experienced this yet and I've used it on as low as a 4GB laptop with quite a few apps loaded.
If esdebon's issue is you'res as well then as soon as it happens again, close all other applications, wait a few seconds (commit purge of cached pages of memory) and see if it happens.
You might also want to reduce the number of history states in Edit->Preferences->Undo. It's set to 100 levels by default. Change that to 50 and see if it helps. Sometimes changes are extremely complex and can rack up memory quickly. You might even want to turn it down to 25.
Let us know if either of those help.
So, I got everything back to working order. I increased my virtual memory size and that helped some. I think the other problem was that the .fla was created in an older version of flash and flash CS6 corrupted it somehow. Once I increased the virtual memory, I opened the busted .fla and copy/pasted the entire library into a new document.
Doing these two things, seemed to fix my problem.
Thank you, guys, for your suggestions! I really aprreciate it!
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