Thanks to your answer.
I installed the legacy Java and it still disallowed to install the CS6 and the error message is similar like that the Install script can't initialize and it said that maybe some files lost.
I still can't install the CS6 on my Mac OS
Make sure you did the install from the link I gave. The More Info you're shown takes you to the wrong version of Java.
Do you have a CC subscription? If you do you can install a fresh CS6 from the Previous Versions list, the the CC menu Apps tab.
If you don't have a subscription, but you do have a serial number, you can get the installer from here:
Could be worth doing an uninstall before trying a fresh install.
no, I don't have cc subscription.
I tried to download the adobe flash pro cs6 and click the install.app but it displays a error window and I can't install the cs6.
The error is attached below and I am sorry as my system is chinese and it displays chinese message.
The error message is describing that the install process can't be initialized and the reason could be caused by file lost or something. it advies to download the adobe support advisor to check the problem.
I clicked the it provided but can't get the adobe support advisor.
So, I still can't install cs6 on my MacOS.
Does anyone has the same issue?
Read this article and use the cleaner tool to remove everything from the previous Flash Pro CS6 installation, then try installing again:
Can I use Animate CC to support ActionsScript2.0?
If there any workaround solution?
Animate doesn't support AS2. Nor does Flash Pro CC or later, you have to go back to Flash Pro CS6.
You wouldn't have to use CS6, if you have the serial number for an older version, that would probably do ok for maintaining AS2 files. I don't know if CS4 or CS5 will work on a current Mac. You could use Parallels or something like that to run the Windows version.