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I work at a TV Broadcast animation studio as well ans we've seen this exact issue when going from CS 5.5 to CC when you have symbols like !@#$%^&* in the symbol's name. We used to use * a lot for symbols but CC will not allow this so we had to change our naming conventions. I found this on the Add Ons manager for CC but can't verify if it works.
Thanks for that link, look useful.
I can't remember the reason for the allowable characters being changed, but it could have been to do with HTML5 Canvas, where the names you can get away with could be different to AS3 documents.
I have a quest,
please help me
When I publish .swf
ERROR: Insufficient memory to publish with the Deflate compression setting. Go to Publish Setting > Flash (.swf) and turn off the compress movie option
I use flash CS6 with Mac
I am from china,my english is not good.
You could have started a new topic for this.
I don't know why Deflate would fail. Does the movie work if you turn off compression?
thank you very much. when i turn off compression. and it's also like this, some times crash.
Can you make a simple file that shows the problem?
Great solve Asymetrical! I ran some tests on a few files that have been turned in by my freelancer. Once I remove the * or symbols like !@#$%^&* in the name parts of the characters started to reappear. Since we are to move over to CC in the next year this would be some vital information for the design department.