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I am struggling with an enormous library in a Flash CS3 file.

I am trying to organize it by moving hundreds of symbols into sub folders, but it is too tedious to be worth doing. I select some items and then have to painstakingly drag-and-scroll the library pane to the folder I want and drop the items in there. It will take forever to get everything in the right place.

Is there a better technique, or perhaps a 3rd party app or an extension of some kind that will allow me to more easily shift stuff around inside and out of library folders? Thanks so much!

Precision: The question is about how to organize symbols inside an Adobe Flash CS3 library, not about how to organize files in general on the harddrive.

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Yes, there are extensions to help with organizing your library.

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If none of these work well for you, reply via a comment here and I'll write a JSFL command that moves the selected library items into a folder. (you can install this command simply by copying the file to your Flash installation folder) – Jarvis Oct 18 '09 at 12:57

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