after changing your jvm file, you must close and restart cs6 to see the effect of the memory change.
make sure you're editing the correct file. in win: C:\Users\<user name>\AppData\Local\Adobe\Flash CS6\en_US\Configuration\ActionScript 3.0
I am not on Windows I am on OSX 10.11.6... What is the path to this file on OSX
use finder to search for it. make sure it's in a cs6 subfolder.
If you were offered a chance to edit that file, there's a good chance you were given the right one. But to make sure, here it is:
/Users/colin/Library/Application Support/Adobe/Flash CS6/en_US/Configuration/ActionScript 3.0/jvm.ini
Change 'colin' to your Mac OS user name. You can get to the Library by pressing Option and then selecting it from Finder's Go menu.
I've only seen that file cause problem when compiling, I'm not hopeful of it helping with opening a file. But I would be happy to be wrong about that.
As a point of interest, Finder doesn't give results for things that are in the Library folder. Doing a find for the file shows up the one that is in the First Run folder.
Thanks Colin. Good news -
I changed it to
Now I get a message. "Error Initializing Java Runtime Environment. You may need to reinstall Flash"
I change it to
It does not give me this message but the file still will not open properly. What should I change the number to?
I have a real problem here.
My one reads like this:
The third line is blank, but I doubt that matters.