I'm having problems when I'm trying to run a Flex application
in Debug mode. I've got a number of breakpoints in it. When I start
Builder in Debug mode, the application doesn't do anything - I just
get a blank screen in my browser. It's only when I manually switch
off the breakpoints that the application starts running. Whilst
it's loading, I switch the breakpoints back on but the application
never hits any of them when subsequently running; even on code that
I know is reached (Usually, if the debugger knows that a piece of
code will be reached, it adds a little tick to the breakpoint. It's
not doing this in the scenario I describe).
I've done Project -> Clean and cleared my browser's cache.
It sounds to me like it's actually debugging one of the core
classes and stopping all processes. Can you throw a button on the
stage with a click handler and try debugging that so that you're,
for sure, debugging something after the app is done being created?
If that works, I'm thinking it's the placement of your break point
where it's trying to debug before the application is completely