I have CC, I'm trying to use the latest version of Flash, but occasionally I need to use CS6 and have files publishing to 10.3 and above in there.
Here's my issue: When I go to CONTROL > TEST MOVIE > TEST (with in Flash Professional checked) or command + enter. I get a blank swf. This will happen for any files, new or old, that are published AS3 / 10.3 and up. If I set the Target to Flash Player 9, it shows correctly.
Any ideas? This started once I began using Flash CC 2015.
I fixed it once by trashing my Configuration files from ~/Library/Application \Support/... but that only worked the one time.
I've tried restarting and doing that as well. no luck.
Try doing a command-shift-enter instead. That will use the debug player. There could be security or other issues that are causing something to fail silently. Also, try publishing with swf and html, and see if it works in a browser.
Thanks Colin. It works if I use Debug. I have super simple test with a stop() and a graphic on the stage.
In the debugger I get:
Attempting to launch and connect to Player using URL /Users/dave/Desktop/test.swf
[SWF] Users:dave:Desktop:test.swf - 2060 bytes after decompression
I wonder if the Test is looking for a Player it can't find or the Players associated to CS6 are bugged out and only the FP9 is working? I know all the CC versions don't publish at 9.
Seems like another sign that media companies should stop asking for FP9. ;-)