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Chapter 15. The Flash Environment and Tools > Setting Flash Preferences

Setting Flash Preferences

Preferences enable you to customize global aspects of the working environment. You access them by choosing Edit, Preferences (PC) or Flash, Preferences (Mac). Most preferences are simply that—a matter of personal preference. You will find the styles you like and are accustomed to, perhaps that mirror other applications with which you are more familiar, and can set your preferences accordingly. Adjusting the preferences is all about creating your preferred working environment.

General Preferences

On the first tab, General Preferences, the first preference is Undo Levels, which determines the number of undo and redo levels that are kept in memory for each work session. The range is 0 to 200, with a default of 100. The higher the number, the more memory will be required to store the information necessary to achieve the undos and redos. It's best to strike a balance between the number of undos and the memory you have available on your system.


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