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    Flash MX - Failed to Save Document

    Our pupils get the error "Failed to save document" in Flash MX when they try to save. It seems to occur only when a layer is added that contains a music files (such as an MP3).

    Has anybody come accross this and found a solution? We're CC3.

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    I've experienced exactly that error with different versions of Macromedia Flash (though I haven't seen it with the "Adobe" versions yet) - always when the file being edited is located on a network drive.

    Sadly I've never found a good solution apart from getting the user to work on a copy on their desktop and then save it back to the network drive when they're done.

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    Thanks - good to know I'm not alone (P.S. We're Macromedia, not Adobe so you're yet to find it happen to Adobe Flash).

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