Publish.jsfl error can't open animate file

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Hi, I can't open my animate cc 2019 file, when I try there is an error :

( A javascript error has occured. In the "Publish;jsfl" file : can't open file)

Please help me I really want to recover this file!!

Thanks

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Adobe Community Professional , Nov 28, 2018 Nov 28, 2018
you can check for a backup file.and in the future save your work with increasing version names.  i like to append _v000, _v001 etc to the file name.

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does that happen with all fla files or just one particular fla?

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I can open other files normally that's just this file...

If you want I can give you the file

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that fla is corrupt.

if you have another version, use it.  or you can try repairing by renaming the fla to a rar and using winrar to repair the rar.  then rename the repaired rar to a fla and retry opening in animate.

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Dont work... There isnt other solution? Thanks

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you can check for a backup file.

and in the future save your work with increasing version names.  i like to append _v000, _v001 etc to the file name.

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I don't find anything in the backup folder and I'm remaking the animation...

I'm gonna always make increase saves now!

Thanks for all bro!

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you're welcome.

to simplify my work i made a jsfl script and added it to my commands folder and assigned a short-cut so the correct _vXXX is appended and incremented with a short-cut key.  if you want to use it, let me know.

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Oh! It can be really nice but I don't know how to do this... If you're able to explain me it can be really cool..

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download from kglad.com, unzip and read the info.txt for how to use:

save as

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Thanks so much that works! And thanks for answer my questions have a nice day!

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you're welcome.

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Mar 24, 2021 Mar 24, 2021

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Hi kglad I have the same problem please could you tell how to fix it. Thanks a lot man

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if you have a corrupt fla file you can:

 

1. try to repair* it

2. look for a working auto recovery** file created by animate

3. if you published a working swf, you may be able to decompile (eg, using sothink's decompiler) it to recreate a working fla.

 

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rename the fla to a rar>repair the rar with winrar>rename the repaired rar to a fla>open the repaired fla

 

 

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check for an auto-recovery fla in:

win: C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Local\Adobe\<animate version>\en_US\Configuration

mac: Users/<username>/Application Support/Adobe/<animate/flash version>/en_US/Configuration/

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Hi Thanks man, I used 7zip and extracted my file and the I opened the new one and appears a text saying: Unable to load library item "Bitmap 544".Please delete and re-create (or re-import) this item.

So the I opened a xml document of this file and I found the Bitmap 544, do I have to erase it? Please help. 

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Kglad Thanks I solve the problem. Thanks man

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you're welcome 

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