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Flash CS4 layers disappear

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Hi,

I have a flash animation that contains about 80 layers that can be toggled on and off with buttons that set the visibility of each movie clip to true or false. Each movie clip is in it's own layer while the buttons are all together in one of the top layers.  The intent of the animation is to show geologic layers stacking from the bottom up.  The issue occurs once 24 layers have been enabled, then the layers at the bottom begin to disappear as each overlying layer is added.  This behavior occurs both in the editing panel and in the compiled swf.  Any ideas on where to look for troubleshooting?  I don't want any layers to disappear unless they are toggled to visible = false with corresponding button.

Thanks!

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Flash CS4 layers disappear

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Hi,

I have a flash animation that contains about 80 layers that can be toggled on and off with buttons that set the visibility of each movie clip to true or false. Each movie clip is in it's own layer while the buttons are all together in one of the top layers.  The intent of the animation is to show geologic layers stacking from the bottom up.  The issue occurs once 24 layers have been enabled, then the layers at the bottom begin to disappear as each overlying layer is added.  This behavior occurs both in the editing panel and in the compiled swf.  Any ideas on where to look for troubleshooting?  I don't want any layers to disappear unless they are toggled to visible = false with corresponding button.

Thanks!

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Correct answer by kglad | Adobe Community Professional

i think there used to be a problem with too many overlying bitmaps that had alphas<100, Transparency support | Flash Professional

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