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Any way to turn off "compile at every save"?

Community Beginner ,
Apr 06, 2011 Apr 06, 2011

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For some reason when I go to save my file, a random project building event happens.

My project takes 2 minutes to build or so, so I'm forced to cancel the build, but it still takes 15-45 seconds.

How do I disable the project from building between saves?

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Adobe Employee , Apr 06, 2011 Apr 06, 2011

Use the Project menu -> Build automatically toggle.

You can manually build by doing Project -> Build.

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Use the Project menu -> Build automatically toggle.

You can manually build by doing Project -> Build.

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Thank you bud.  This is helpful.

Any chance there will be an option to click,"[ ] Do no text processing", so I can have Flash Builder work just like Notepad or Scite.  I still have issues with type lag.  It is cumbersome to have to navigate through my file system and open the document in Scite so I can text edit.

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