My Flash friends, in case you didn’t know. You can open corrupt .flas in winrar if you change the extension to .zip. Zipping the contents back up and calling it a .fla works too!
Cannot Parse Whatever seems to be more of an issue with CS4/CS5+ (I use Flash CS5.5, bleh). Last time this happened to me was when I was working on Zubatman, which was pretty heavy duty in frames I GUESS.
For added clarification, when I opened my corrupt .fla in WinRar and took the stuff out, winRAR tells me what’s corrupt, and won’t let me take it out. So you can simply grab everything and put it in a folder.
(That second Backup Folder was made AFTER this thing, I won’t make the mistake of backing up all my files with a corrupt file again)

My Flash friends, in case you didn’t know. You can open corrupt .flas in winrar if you change the extension to .zip. Zipping the contents back up and calling it a .fla works too!

Cannot Parse Whatever seems to be more of an issue with CS4/CS5+ (I use Flash CS5.5, bleh). Last time this happened to me was when I was working on Zubatman, which was pretty heavy duty in frames I GUESS.

For added clarification, when I opened my corrupt .fla in WinRar and took the stuff out, winRAR tells me what’s corrupt, and won’t let me take it out. So you can simply grab everything and put it in a folder.

(That second Backup Folder was made AFTER this thing, I won’t make the mistake of backing up all my files with a corrupt file again)

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