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A. Workflow and Workspace Tips > A.1. Preferences

Preferences

Just like every program out there, Flash has a Preferences dialog box. Flash’s Preferences dialog box has five tabs, and each tab has several sections. The following subsections suggest ways you can improve or enhance the performance and functionality of Flash by adjusting the preferences under each tab. I won’t tell you about every tab and every option in Preferences, just the ones I think will help you (I’ve excluded the Clipboard and Warnings tabs because they’re just not very exciting).

To follow along, open the Preferences dialog box by choosing Edit Preferences on Windows, or Flash (Professional) Preferences on Mac.

The General Tab

The General tab, shown in Figure A-1, contains miscellaneous preferences that don’t seem to belong anywhere else. Here, I highlight some preferences of particular interest.


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