I converted a bitmap to vector. I am removing all the useless extra points which get created in that process. Occasionally I will mis-click and end up moving or deleting a shape. When that happens I want to use "undo". But ctrl-z and undo from the menu do not simply undo the last action. It also goes and adds useless extra points all over the place. Why? Is there a way to make it quit doing that? It looks to me like it is a very bad bug.
Has anyone else even seen this?
1) Import a graphic.
2) Do Modify > Bitmap > Trace Bitmap
3) Remove some of the extra points
4) Press ctrl-z OR do Edit > Undo Undefined
5) RESULT: the last action is undone, but several more extra points are added at various places in the graphic
Please let me know if it happens or not.
This has been a known bug since Flash 5 or earlier. It's pretty clear by now that the Flash programmers are uninterested in fixing it.
Wow. Thanks for letting me know. It's incredible they'd leave something like that in! I guess people who work with original drawings have to use some other program for converting them to vector.
Ah, well. Goodbye Flash.