1 Reply Latest reply on Nov 10, 2014 4:10 PM by Devendra Kumar

    Opening old files on read-only volumes

    Peter Villevoye Adobe Community Professional

      I do a lot of demos and presentations with (and about) Adobe Edge Animate, and discovered a flaw when opening files made by older versions, and stored on read-only media (like a remote public volume or folder). The file will open but Animate tries to "upgrade" it by immediately storing a (temporary) copy in the same location. This obviously won't work on locked or read-only media, so the application prompts there's a problem and the file cannot be used.


      Of course I can simply copy the whole folder to my desktop or another location which is write-enableb. But maybe this could be dealt with in a more elegant manner ?