The “class browser” has been updated – it now includes hidden class files for data connectivity.
Unless you add these hidden files to the actual paths, you’ll see a little yellow triangle (see diagram) and won’t be able to double-click and see the class definitions. However, they’re still useful as a quick lookup of the class paths for entering into your code.
Note that the Include folder contains files that are part of Flash Remoting Components for Flash MX 2004.
For non-English installations, you may have to change the class paths in this .flp file. Open it up in a text editor, Find & Replace words like “/Program Files/” and “/en/” to your OS settings.
You can download the updated file here.
2 replies on “Updated Class Browser with hidden classes”
on OS X this is a bit of a pain in the butt.
../../../Applications/Macromedia Flash MX 2004/First Run/Classes/mx/accessibility/AccImpl.as
this is a static path. using just /Application…etc. won’t work. if i move the ClassBrowser.flp to another location the files won’t be found anymore.