What exactly do you mean by it doesn't 'remember'? Need more information there.
However, please note that if there are objects on the stage that don't have corresponding tags recognized in the FXG format, they are exported as bitmaps files. The list of such unsupported content-types are bitmaps, some filters, some blend modes, gradients, masks, and 3D. You may want to see if your content has any of these and that's the reason you are facing issues. Also note that even if most of the content on stage can be exported to FXG, some of the other applications may not be able to read them.
Flash Pro CC 2014 (v126.96.36.199) is now available for download via the Creative Cloud App and Adobe website.
We have added SVG Export feature to Flash Pro with this new release. You will now be able to export out vector content from the selected frame as an SVG image that can be opened directly in a Browser and even imported in Adobe Illustrator.
SVG Export option can be accessed via the Publish Settings as well as via File Menu > Export > Export Image option.
Along with this, we have added several new features with this release. Complete list is available at these links:
Please would someone answer the question why CS5.5 Flash [all vector files] can not be exported to Illustrator as vector files? It could be done in CS3, in fact illustrator was listed.
I can't understand from all the replies and comments through Adobe help, where another program was suggested instead of answering the question.
The question, too is why adobe designed that option from the newer programs?
It is the companies responsibility to respect older versions of their product that people are using and not to make older versions obsolete to make people buy the newer versions.
It's a great product why do you need to do this?