I see the preloader for the split second then it runs right into the animation just fine - viewed on the latest Chrome.
What browser are you seeing this on?
I think I figured out the problem. I see that in the latest version of Animate that when you publish the files are in a folder that is generated in accordance with the name of the doc (example: banner.html... it creates a folder called banner). So now there are two places with the dependent files... that one I just mentioned and the files under the Edge Animate Assets. I'm not sure if this is a newer feature but I'm finding it confusing. But after I messed around with it and uploaded the right dependent files it works fine now.
If you have any tips I'd appreciate them. And I appreciate you replying!
Your published verion (as per File > Publish Settings) should go to a sub-folder called /web, under the project folder structure. Unless you explicitly change the 'Target' folder that is where it will go.
One thing you may have done, and I suspect is the case, just go File > Save As and notice a new option to the bottom, left of the Save button, called 'Save in Folder'. This allows for multiple compositions to be saved separately instead of 'jumbling' all the items into a single location.
See Edge Animate Help | New features summary for reference regarding this feature.
Very helpful info thanks!
BTW, are you a Mac user? Reason I ask is if are, have you upgraded to Yosemite? Been asking around to see if it's all good with CC apps.
No I am a Windows user.
Though I have scoured the other Adobe forums and see some folks with issues - though mostly related to CS5/CS6 applications. I would suggest do a little more digging/reading (unless someone else here who has ugraded can better assist).
Thanks again. Just read that Adobe worked closely with Apple on the upgrade. My only concern would be 3rd party plugins. Researching...