Same issue here. Spent half a day downloading the web premium package and when I create a new FLA I cant access the movie's properties (they are greyed out). When I try to access the publish settings I get the "No valid HTML templates..." dialog and can't access the publish settings panels. Also, when trying to pull up the timeline panel, I got some sort of XML parse error warning. What kind of a half baked installer is this?
That link does not work, it leads to post a reply. Does anyonek know how to fix this issue?
It sounds like the user configuration is bad. Please try removing the user configuration folder. Please note that after deleting the user configuration, there are user settings, such as panel position and saved jsapi commands, will be removed or reset so you might want to save the important files you want to reserve in user configuration before removing the user configuration folder.
1. Quit Flash.
2. Delete the following folder:
Win 7 and Vista: HD:\Users\<username>\AppData\Local\Adobe\Flash CS5
Win XP: HD:\Documents and Settings\<username>\Local Settings\Application Data\Adobe\Flash CS5
Mac: HD:/Users/<username>/Library/Application Support/\Adobe\Flash CS5
3. Relaunch Flash and see if it fixes the problem.
That worked! Thank you San.
that deletion thing worked but only for a bit? Now deleting that folder does nothing. The file I'm working on is pretty massive (140 MB flash usually gets finicky at about 100 for me) If I try to workaround by hitting ctrl+enter or export movie>swf it will start to export, and quit, leaving me with no new file. Anyone have any suggestions? I can't even get into publish settings without the error message popping up
Thank you for this advice!