True. The launch time is long. And after that You have to make some tweeks (turn off some warnings) and keep external libs (TweenLite etc.) as Linked Resources to speed up drastically the automatic build. But in exchange you get the best coding experience.
FDT has many nice feature that I was so tempted to switch but in the end 90% of that feature I don’t use frequently in my daily work flow. Besides I just can’t love Eclipse much enough, it’s bulky and you can feel it laggy upon switching between opening file.
Still FDT is my 2nd IDE of choice, for now I’m flying with FlashDevelop.
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Besides I just can’t love Eclipse much enough, it’s bulky and you can feel it laggy upon switching between opening file.so true.