I've been using adobe animate for a project I'm working on. It's a webpage that for example shows temperature values and other things from a facility. This webpage has to be able to run on a machine not connected to the web. For this I've had to download the CreateJS library and save it somewhere on my harddisk. Until now I've been changing the reference in my HTML file manually but I wish to do this with a template.
I've tried adding the reference into my template but this will just add mine and keep the one adobe animate puts in.
Is there a way to tell adobe animate to instead of using the web reference to input my reference in the second <script src=""> if so this would lower the chance of error on my part in forgetting to change this everytime I publish a page.
I hope someone has an answer!
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Thank you for the quick response, did not know the solution was right there in front of me the whole time.
And no problem. The important thing is that it helped you.
Hosted libraries really should not be the default. The CreateJS library is so relatively small, this option is pretty much only useful for people using Animate to develop ads.