Have you updated to Flash 10.0.2? If it's a performance issue, that could help. If you already have Flash updated, could you share the file and let us know your machine details so we can try reproducing the problem in a similar environment?
Mac OS X Version 10.6.1
Processor: 3.06 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
Memory: 4GB 800 MHz DDR2 SDRAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GS
yes, i have updated.
in the attached file i deleted everything that isn't related to the problem.
the symbol is called "car". "car copy" has the same problem though.
if you need more info, just ask
oops, it didnt attach. here.
okay, for some reason the file wont upoad. now what?
You can send it to me at jdh (at) adobe
Also could you please confirm that Flash is updated to 10.0.2? (you can use Get Info on the application inside the install directory)
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Thanks for sending the file! I can reproduce the issue - that is very strange indeed. I'm not sure off hand what's going on to make it disappear (both 3D and stage rendering/Flash Player are involved), but we're looking into it further.
I have found something that could help (although I do recognize the limitations, depending on what you have planned). It doesn't seem to disappear if the several movie clip sections of the car are not nested inside of a movie clip. They still function when grouped together as well. Would the individual clips on a layer, grouped/ungrouped, work in the meantime?
Thanks, and sorry that you're running into this.
thanks! This will work out pretty well.
I think ill be able to work just fine with the part grouped together for now.
this was a big help!
Will you be able to contact me when you find a solution?
I will try to remember to ping this thread with updates! Also, keep your eyes on this page (or sign up for notification): http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/flashcs5/. It would be good if you could try your files in that once it's available...