I am loving this program, have been waiting for this for a long time. But maybe I need to wait until it is out of beta?
I work on it and save it about a dozen times just fine. But the program gets slower and slower until it stops responding and crashes. I recover what I have done and the first time it had everything I had done, but was called "null" and wouldn't successfully save. Then it crashed and went back to a save point from a long time ago.
So I worked on it again trying to get back to where I was, all the while saving. Again it crashed and this time recovery only brought me back to that old saved point again.
Is there any safe way around this? Or is that the nature of the beast?
Oh btw, I have 3 states, and on average 4 sub states each. Is that too much for it to handle?
The first thing I would have asked, is how many top level pages/states you were using. However it sounds like you're doing the right thing by using three top level, and then custom components for everything else.
Regarding performance, Ty gives a good response on this thread: http://forums.adobe.com/message/2544310#2544310
What type of artwork are you using? PS? Illustrator? Other? Anything special, like brush strokes?
As Ty says in his post, we've spent a lot of time in this area and it should be noticeable in the next release.
Keep providing feedback!! Thanks,
Thanks, I have had the same thing as that thread described (incredibly slow on simple actions, then closing). I didn't know about optimizing, I should definitely do that. I just used illustrator, but it's only a few shapes. One is a gradient. The rest are imported images (thumbnails, and larger images in the custom components).