2 Replies Latest reply on Jun 10, 2014 5:40 AM by Mohanaraj

    "unexpected error" during export to html

    troygrif Level 1

      I absolutely love the new feature to export flash to javascript/html. However with a particularly complex animation I'm building I keep getting this error when I try to test or publish the file. Through process of elimination I know that this error is caused because there is too much going on in my project.

       

      So my question is this: Is there a maximum capacity for flash's new html document feature?

       

       

      I'm creating an animation where line art city gets built up, and the only way I know how to do this is put individual keyframes for each step of the way. I have only about 10 keyframes and it throughs this error, but I'm also wondering if there's a better approach I could be taking to making my project do what I want. I've built similar animations in this way, and they all have worked fine, but I assume they worked because there was less complexity going on in them. I suspect the error is cause because the animation has to draw each intricate detail for every keyframe, and this ends up being an extremely large javascript file.

       

       

      Any and all help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

       

      Here's an image of the error:

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