I just was wondered where is this option is located into CS6 Flash pro.
I Use to Right Click a (*.swf) file and choose from dropdown menu, open with Flash CS5.
this will open the swf file and and you can play it looking at your traces and other stuff happen behind the sceens.
Or Just Go File>>Open>>SWF Movie(*.swf) within Flash CS5.5 Pro.
I cant see to find this option when using New Flash CS6.
It's just me, Or Is this option completly removed from the new version CS6.
And when you try open the (*.swf file) within Flash pro CS6, it build a empty undefined document-
without any action script included.
How many version are installed in your system?
Any trails version installed in this machine.
Please try one scenario
Delete all the versions prefrence file and launch laterst version, then try above scenarios.
Please let me know if its works fine.
Hello and Thanks for replied me.
I Had Just one version installed when I posted this here. CS6
So I think the version isn't the problem..
I have noticed couples of things when right clicking a (*.swf) file and choose open with ADODE Flash CS6.
1: it's say preparing to import! shouldn't have to import the (*.swf) file.
But Just Open it.
2: From File>>Open>>Window: from the drop down menu at the right bottom, there should be a option to open SWF Movie(*.swf).
For Flash CS6, there isn't a option to chooce that.
it's there for Flash CS5.5
You can still choose All Files (*.) But again from there it still trying to Import the SWF like it was handle a .FLA file.
Hope I have given you a clean explanation of what I am seeing.
English is not my native language, so I try my best to make it all understandable.
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