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Any way you look at it, we all experience times when our code just isn't doing what we think it should. Right? Okay, maybe I'm the only one, but if not, check this out. Flash comes with a rather robust Debugger window to help developers solve their movie problems (mostly ActionScripters).
A quick way to have the Debugger appear when the time is right is by going to the Control menu and choosing Debug Movie (CTRL-SHIFT-ENTER or SHIFT-CMD-RETURN on Mac). This is very much like the commonly used Test Movie, but with one exceptiondebugging is automatically enabled and the Debugger window appears while your movie is being tested as a published SWF.
Debugging can be a rather complex process, and because this is merely a tip book, I won't go into the thousands of ways one should use the Debugger. Maybe if you tell me how much you love this book, I'll write another one that goes even further.
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