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"Test Film in Animate" not available

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Hello,

I am new to Animate, but I have worked regularly with the older Flash-Versions. I am missing the "Test"-Function, where I can also see what I was tracing in my scripts via "trace("whatever")". However, I am only able to test my movieclip in the browser, all other options are grey.

Maybe someone can help...

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if you're creating an html5/canvas project, that's expected.  use console.log() instead of trace and the developer tools of your browser.

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"Test Film in Animate" not available

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Hello,

I am new to Animate, but I have worked regularly with the older Flash-Versions. I am missing the "Test"-Function, where I can also see what I was tracing in my scripts via "trace("whatever")". However, I am only able to test my movieclip in the browser, all other options are grey.

Maybe someone can help...

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Correct answer by kglad | Adobe Community Professional

if you're creating an html5/canvas project, that's expected.  use console.log() instead of trace and the developer tools of your browser.

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if you're creating an html5/canvas project, that's expected.  use console.log() instead of trace and the developer tools of your browser.

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Thank you for posting in English. For your interest the English translation is Test Movie.

If you meant to be making an ActionScript 3 FLA you can use the File/Convert To/ActionScript 3.0 to make the format that Flash Pro is best known for.

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Thanks.  I am a teacher and when some of my students turn in their work I had this issue of not being able to test in animate.  Undenounced to me they had not started an ActionScript3.0 document, but instead HTML.  After I saw you post I did the conversation and it solved the problem.  Thanks again for posing great support.  

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