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Avoiding Common Problems

The whole concept of troubleshooting is more a case of common sense than it is a deep technical knowledge, yet still people run into problems that they could have avoided by simply applying good business practices. Avoidance is always better than cure. In practice, good planning and early testing of scenes and movies will always make troubleshooting less painful and considerably easier than leaving everything until the end of a project.

Some standard rules should apply to work in progress, whether you’re creating a small Flash movie or a huge development project. In this chapter, you’ll look at these rules and how to solve problems when they actually occur.


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