Yes, pin scripts is depricated in Flash CC. However if it is important to you then please raise it through wish forms https://www.adobe.com/cfusion/mmform/index.cfm?name=wishform which will help us track/prioritize this feature for our future release.
AAAAARGHHHH! OK, so this is enough for me to go back to CS6 for a while. I do my code within flash which is the most convenient for me. This change makes that almost impossible. Finding and clicking the same keyframe EVERY time I need to change the code? Annoying!
There should be a keyboard shortcut or a option for this in the window tab, took me 30minutes to find it.
Keep pulling/dragging the left side of the actionscript window.
It's nothing compared to pinning the script, clicking trough the scripts your main window will jump with it.
What the fudge! How could they remove this... I filled out the request...BFD... it will not bring back pins and I need it now not sometime...maybe.
I remember they were once promising to make the push pins sticky and remembered when re-opening files. I think that was version 5... how is that coming Adobe? No? well maybe just drop it.. that will help.
Well now I'm off to get Flash 6 to work... that awesome new CC control panel says it's installed and up to date even...but no.. it is not. Just another steaming pile of Adobe goodness to enjoy trying to clean-up.
Guys, Flash itself is dying now a days and adobe couldnt do any thing about it but move out of mobile division!!
What else can you expect??
We are fools still believing in them and raising requests!!
Its sad but true
After working more than 10 yrs in Flash programming and designing I have to admit it
Some of us use flash because our clients request it cause theyre a giant media company for kids still catering to IE7 users in Missouri. If flash is that dead they should give it away for free, or at least quit screwing it up more and more with each useless incremental upgrade you have to pay for!
I am with you on this one!!
These people (Adobe) are not even leaving the intact things and things that we as users love!!
They just enjoy screwing up every thing along with them selves!!!
Common people, Adobe have been hard at work again, continuing to synergize the step change of workflow technique and tooling.
I suppose now I'll have to ask my talented graphic artists to think like programmers to externalize everything before they hand over files.