I started working on a Flash project and I'll be moving it back and forth between two different computers. The project was originally started in Flash CS4. The other computer has Flash CS5.5 installed. So when in CS5.5 I save the fla as a CS4 version FLA.
I hit Save As... and then from the Save As Type pull-down menu I selected CS4 Fla document and I assumed that from then on I could just hit ctrl+s to save the project and it would maintain the CS4 version. But that isn't quite what's happening. Every time I hit ctrl+s a Flash Compatibility Warning pops up and tells me that I need to use Save As... and then Save As Type again to keep it a CS4 document.
So basically, from what I understand, when working on a CS4 project in CS5.5 - I can't use Save. I can only use Save as...
This is really annoying because I am accustomed to hitting ctrl+s pretty often.
And now EVERY TIME I wish to do a simple save, I need to hit ctrl+shift+s, then select CS4 from the Save As Type menu, then hit save, and then click YES when asked if to overwrite the previous file with the same name.
Is this a bug?