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Then you must have opened a Flash 4 file.
Good observation, but no. This was a Flash 7 file.
You're awesome LuigiL,
No, the file was created in Flash MX Professional 2004 as a Flash 7 file. It was never saved down or saved up.
As for CPU cooking, that could be something. I am in the U.S. but I was debugging this at the time:
256 levels of recursion were exceeded in one action list.
This is probably an infinite loop.
Further execution of actions has been disabled in this movie.
I left the test movie running in the background while I was hitting up the boards for what was an 'action list'. After about five to ten minutes of searching I came back to Flash and saw those messages in the output window. I think I am going to test this again--since I have yet to fix my original problem--to see if I can recreate it.
Thanks for your help so far!
To elaborate: it's steaming hot all over Europe.
As said, under normal conditions you would get that message when opening a Flash 4 file. In your case... player gone bonkers? Wouldn't know. Never experienced that. Hope you'll figure it out.
crockettroth, your statements in this thread do not obey the rules of logic. either you've misposted something or your cpu failed to follow its own logic.
No, I have not misposted. The fact is I received those messages this morning even though the file was a Flash 7 file and was never saved down. I know it seems illogical; I can't make sense of it. That was why I have posted the question here.
As for testing it again, I could not reproduce the messages again.
then it may have been a cpu problem (or a memory overrun or some other computer glitch that led to an illogical result).
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> then it may have been a cpu problem (or a memory overrun or some other computer glitch that led to an illogical result).
Have you been watching a lot of Startrek programs lately?
Me talking to tech support: I swear! I don't know how all those episodes of Next Generation, in DVD quiality, got saved to my hard drive. It must be some virus going around!
none. have they been having computer glitches, too?