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Flash Player 10 support in FlashDevelop 
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hi i don't if i am on the right thread to ask sorry for this..... just what to ask what is the latest version of Flash Player right now......

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Thu Mar 18, 2010 4:40 pm
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it's still 10.0, with 10.1 coming soon.

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I seem to have luck only when I drop the flex swc directly into my lib folder and enable it during a project...

but not when I set the path using the custom option
FD>Project Properties>Compiler Options>Custom path to Flex SDK.

When you have success with setting the path, do you set the dialog according the root of your sdk package of choice, or do you actually drill down to frameworks/lib within the package? Unfortunately, it is pretty much impossible to discern this from within FD. Either it works or it doesn't, and for me it doesn't at the moment...

Generally speaking, FD offers many different dialogs for adding in a flex SDK library. Let me count the ways (in order more or less from global to local):
FD > Tools > Program Settings > AS3Context > Flex SDK Location
FD > Tools > Global AS3 Classpaths
FD > Project > Properties > Classpaths > Add classpath...
FD > Project > Properties > Edit Global Classpaths > Add classpath
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Drop directly into the lib folder and enable.

Can you confirm that you view this similarly to how I view it? Simply a case of many options that are ultimately the same - respective of the local / global differentiations, of course.

Generally, I am having trouble with the SDK only working when I drop it into the lib folder, and I have tried 3.4, 3.5 and 4.0 (not that 4.0 would be my choice for a FP10 project, but hey, I tried that too)

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> do you set the dialog according the root of your sdk
yes

> FD offers many different dialogs for adding in a flex SDK library
I just set global one (to v4); ocasionally overriding with v3 to compile mxml code

> not that 4.0 would be my choice for a FP10 project
why not?

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So you just associate the root of your Flex sdk at
FD>Tools>Settings>AS3Context>Flex SDK location
and that works out OK?

When I do that, FD can't locate the flex classes when I make a swc. I get 'definition not found' errors for classes that Flex should provide. Guess I'll have to check other possible causes.

As far as flex 4.0, i just don't use any of its classes in FD projects, so 3.x is just fine for what I'm doing.

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