I have noticed that animations that appear slick and working well in both the timeline, and in preview, when published look rather different.
Published versions of my work tend to have misaligned objects, and transitions are rather jittery.
I've also started to have problems with previewing my stuff, with everything loading horrifically slowly, disjointedly and not fully before the animation begins.
*Edit* It's probably a good idea if I also add that I'm finding the software very laggy to use, I'm often getting a beachball for the most simple thing (moving a symbol, etc)
This should be an issue, since I'm using a 2011 Macbook Pro running Lion.
Message was edited by: KikiiMcI
I have not seen any misaligned issues between preview vs published, but thats not to say it doesn't happen.
Are you using large images? I hit on this last night - dragged 6 images, straight out of the camera, and EA choked. It dawned on me that I never even resized or compressed the images before the drag attempt. I know now.
I have the same problem. I hoped, that the advantage to flash is, that there is no difference between preview and publish (no compiler - you work directly with the html and js files). But there is. Here is my topic with examples. Thanks for any help.
So the question is: What is the difference between the preview files and publish files (except obfuscated javascrip). What are the reasons not to upload the preview files directly?