Hope this helps. Please let me know if you have any more questions.
Also, please do post your FLA files in your reply. I will try and investigate to provide a better solution.
Thank you for getting back with me. I am not sure how to attach the FLA. Could you tell me how to do that?
You could use free file sharing mechanisms such as Google Docs.
OK. I think this is how I do it.
the above is for the FLA file
This is for the NewTest1.as file
This is for the oText.as file
if cs6 does not support converstion of action script to html5 yet then this help us little!
as allmost 99% of our work requires scripts!
however meanwhile, your website Chad is very simple , not complicated if you also know AS2 .. make it in action script and use swiffy (google's extenstion for flash it converts flash as2 to html5) and it supports as2 for now!
i think its the fastest solution for your problem now make it in as2.. and export it with swiffy !
too bad, i was really looking forward to cs6 supporting action scripts converstions ! :s
@FUNE78 I totally agree with you 100%
The issue that I am running into is that my FLA file uses Action Script3 (not Action Script2) and swiffy only uses AS2 at the moment.
I have been in contact with several members of Adobe and their omly solution is to use 3rd party software (like easelJS and jQuery).
@ChadXSO Well as far i know there is no way to solve that, but i can be wrong informed. We discussed here to switch over to AS3 for our flashbanners, lucky we never changed from AS2 because of all the bad stuff with AS3 and ad-servers.
@FUNE78 Thanks for the input. If you knoe=w af anyeway to convert from AS3 to AS2, please let me know.
Otherwiser I have to start from the ground up, or learn another programming laguage to get easelJS and jQuery to work.
If your AS3 doesn't use any AS3 specific code, you might find that changing the Script designation in the Publish Setting panel to AS2 works. It worked for me with Swiffy, so it might be worth a try.
Oh wow, your answer is marked as correct, which is complete trash. Offer anytime soon a way to do that in flash or get out of business, i am serious about that point. It's a shame that a staff-member comes up so late with an answer that does not help in any way. Your marketing made absolute false promisses and now you provide just some blabla instead of a real solution to create HTML5 with Flash. I can tell you why googles swiffy is so much better in doing that job, they invest time!
I did NOT mark that answer as Correct!!!!
Adobe did not live up to their promise that everything would translate to JS!!
I TOTALLY agree with FUNE78!!!
False promises and then vote one of their own employees as the correct answer.
FUNE78, you have provided the most honest responses and you now have the correct response accredited to you.
As it should have been in the first place
Shame on you Adobe
The 'Help' offered to you so far has been, as far as I can tell, no help at all.
I've been ploughing through an old .fla trying to make a conversion.
Nothing complex, no animations.
6 hours later, I've part of it running, not working, just not crashing.
It's all script, so if CreateJS doesn't convert Action Script it's producing a very good pretense of doing so. The converter does appear to be looking at the AS, since if I change the AS the output changes.
However, I have to edit the js, every time I publish, to prevent the HTML from looping. From time to time it throws a Line 77 error, claiming that there is an undefined .str in a non-existant .jsfl file (non-existant in that Windows can't find the file).
I produce technical anims for my students in Flash so I'm none too pleased for the option for them to view them on-line to be taken away.
Unless Adobe produces a working conversion tool 10 years of my work is going down the toilet. There will be thousands(?) of .swf creators in the same position.
If CreateJS is the best Adobe can manage, at this rate, I won't live long enough to convert a single .fla.
Unfortunately, I had to redo my ENTIRE site!!!
Not a very pleasant thing to have to do.
All I could possibly recommend is Google Swiffy.
I know that it does not do AS3, but it does do AS2.
I am not sure what yours uses.
You can give it a shot.
Sorry I am not more help, but I am VERY disappointed in Adobe and their false promises.