Has anyone tried to open a .fla file exported out of InDesign CS5 to change the Flash Player setting to 9, rather than 10, then resave (or publish) as a .swf file?
If so, how did you get it work work again? What did you do to maintain the programming?
When I publish the file as .swf out of Flash CS5, then upload it to a remote server or view it in a browser window, everything has gone wacky--text is larger in scale than in the original file and the animations (fade in and slide in) on the first page, which I can't get past, run in a continuous loop.
Any insights into what's going on?
I have and found that the animations run in a loop. Adobe TechNote (here: http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/835/cpsid_83562.html) says:
Issue 2: Multi State Objects (MSO) continuously cycles through states in exported SWF movie (2496987)
Workaround: Add a stop in Flash Pro.
Note: This is consistent with how InDesign treats the FLA as a whole. InDesign does not include a 'stop' and thus the default behavior is to flip through all the pages.
As for the text, I struggle too in some cases