First, my manager showed me how to set a breakpoint in an external file yesterday (after he asked me how and I couldn’t tell him). Call me dumb cause you knew this 2 years ago (hey, your neat). In the debugger, when it says, “The Flash Player is paused so that
breakpoints may be adjusted. Click
Continue to start the movie.” I never knew what that message meant, until yesterday. Basically, there is a dropdown above that message. You can select your script in there (may have 2 sometimes) and then scroll to your code and set a break point. There were some cases where it had the script name twice, but if you can’t set a breakpoint, choose the next script. That way, you can keep all of your code external, but still debug it without adding garbage code or coming in from another script.
Second, check what some bastard did Tuesday night to my car in my apartment (flat) complex and didn’t leave a note! Few hunnerd bucks… *sigh*
Third, I just got my copy of Studio 2004 from one of my editors!!! Yum…
Finally, <b>Happy Halloween!</b>