Hi, and thanks for the question.
Are you getting an error message? Are you using the latest version of AIR and the correct version of Java? What OS are you on?
Can you share the file?
Nice to speak to you, it's actually your video I'm following on
I am not getting an error message, no, nothing happens though. I
installed the Adobe AIR application on Monday and was given a message
that it was successfully installed, so I imagine I do have the latest.
(I'm not sure where I actually find the application on my system
though so don't know how to check that.)
I am on OS 10.5.8.
I was actually on the Exercise 6.7 (Creating AIR Prototypes
\Troubleshooting) where it instructs you to go to Commands\Create AIR
File and click on Preview in the dialog box -- so I was using your
file supplied in the folder. Let me know if you want me to send you
Hmm, well that's odd! lol Let me check out the file and see if something's gone awry...
Jim, I knew it couldn't be anything wrong with your file cuz everything else worked beautifully. I reinstalled Fireworks and now it appears to be working. I seem to have regular issues with Fireworks not performing certain functions, and then if I quit out and restart it everything works fine again. That was not the case with this command, which is why I put the question out there. But it has been fixed and I apologize if I put you to any unnecessary work. I appreciate your response, and by the way just finished your class and found it to be incredibly informative and helpful. Thank you so much!
Well, relief that it's not the file , but concern about your other issues. I haven;t really run into this problem myself. What other software - if any - is running at the same time?
Yes, it's very strange because these issues only seem to happen in Fireworks, not any of the other CS4 applications. I typically have Dreamweaver, Photoshop, and Acrobat running (all CS4), Suitcase, Firefox, and Mail -- pretty standard stuff for me.