I just discovered FlashDevelop today and ive been trying it out. (and i really like it)
But there is one thing i cant quite figure out (perhaps due to my lack of flex experience).
Most of the projects i do are centered around design. So normally i create a FLA file in Flash and give it a Document Class. this gives me a root FLA that i can use for design and linkage... Allso this is really the only method avaliable in Flash CS3, so i dont have many choices.
However i really like having a "root" FLA that i can easily add design elements to, without the fuzz of having a bunch of SWF's that i need to load.
So my question is : can i still use a FLA as my "root" movie or is there another method to add the same data to my project? (but still accessible at the same level as before, meaning that having linked a movieclip in the root movie gives me the posibillity to use something like "new linkedMovieClip()" anywhere)
I hope it makes sence