Are you talking about visibility as controlled in the properties panel? If so, can you send me a link to your project so that I can take a look at it?
Thanks for the quick response.
I can't send a link at the moment, but it should be reproduceable by creating a layer on the timeline, clicking the EYE icon to unset Element Visibility, then publishing or previewing. The element will still be visible on the preview and the published page.
I would expect the behavior of all layers that had visibility turned off to not be visible in the published page or preview.
Got it, thanks.
As a user, I would still expect that turning off the visibility of an entire layer would make it actually invisible. I don't remember what Flash does in this instance, but this seems counter-intuitive to me.
Thanks for your replies!
Also, on another note, any idea when EdgeAnimate will get vector shape and line tools?
I understand what you're talking about, but I believe other projects that turn visibility on/off (I'm thinking image manipulation software like Photoshop and Illustrator) also include the layer when rendering the image.
Unfortunately, I can't comment on the latter. I know it's on our list of features to explore for the future, so it hasn't dropped from our radar!