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Not seeing specific calls

Community Beginner ,
Nov 02, 2011 Nov 02, 2011

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So I have FlashBuilder 4.5, Adobe Flash 11 and Adobe Air 3.0 installed andin Flash in a new porject doing something like:

import flash.(packagename drop downlist appears)

There is no fileSystem

So I thought, well lets do:

var f:File = File.(Drop down list of all methods should appear)

Flash Builder is all like..."Whats File?" Its not seeing other packages apart of Air or Flash. and I cannot figure out why. I installed all the run times and what not.....Any ideas?   

From what I see, it only gives me the very basics of the SDK and nothing else. Which is odd...and I checked to make sure I am doing thing right and I am, It should be

var f:File = File.applicationDirectory

But doing that makes Flash Builder spazz out be like "no that doesnt exist sorry...you cant do that" when clearly its legal, accoriding to thedocumentation that I can.

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Community Beginner ,
Nov 02, 2011 Nov 02, 2011

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Hello?         

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Nov 04, 2011 Nov 04, 2011

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I see (another thread) you finally gor your File working. What was the issue here? Can you share the answer for next generations?

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