If you select this check box, only one instance of the run configuration will run at a time.
Build configuration and Override main class
Select the build configuration to be used.
Override main class
Normally, the main application class is defined in the build configuration.
If you want a different class to be used as the main application class,
select this option and specify the class.
to select the necessary class in the Select Main Class dialog.
Optionally, change the application output file name suggested by IntelliJ IDEA
in the Output file name field.
Settings specific to Web-targeted applications
What to Launch
Select one of the following options:
Use this option to run the generated SWF file using the associated HTML wrapper.
URL or local file.
Use this option to open a specified URL in a Web browser,
or to run a specified local .swf file
(either directly or using the corresponding .html wrapper).
Type the desired URL in the field. Generally, this is going to be something like
In the case of a local file, you can use
and select the necessary .swf or .html file
in the dialog that opens.
Specify the program to be used for running your application. You can use:
The system default application, that is, the program associated with the target file type
(HTML or SWF) in the operating system.
Usually, this is a Web browser. For SWF files, this may also be a stand-alone Flash player.
A Web browser.
A Flash player.
To select the required program, click to the right of
the Launch with field,
and then specify the program in the Launch With dialog:
To select the system default application, just click System default application.
To select the browser, click Browser and select the required browser from the list.
Additionally, you can access the Web Browsers dialog
to adjust Web browser settings.
To open this dialog, use next to the list.
To select the Flash player, click Flash Player and then
click next to the Flash Player field.
Then, specify the location of the required Flash player in the
dialog that opens.
New instance (available only on macOS).
Select the check box if you want a new instance of Flash Player to be started.
Otherwise, if Flash Player is already running,
a new window for the running instance will open.
Use debugger from SDK
Specify the Flex SDK that contains the debugger that should be used.
(If you are using a Flex SDK 3 for compilation, a Flex SDK 4 is recommended for debugging.)
If the corresponding SDK is already defined in IntelliJ IDEA, select the SDK from the list.
Otherwise, click (Shift+Enter) and
add a definition of the necessary SDK in the Configure SDK dialog that opens.
Place SWF file in a local-trusted sandbox
If the Build output option is selected:
select this check box if you want to register your application SWF file as trusted.
Trusted SWF files can interact with any other SWF files.
They can load data from anywhere, remote or local.
Specify the parameters to be passed to the application.
Use spaces to separate individual parameters.
If a parameter includes spaces,
enclose the spaces or the argument that contains the spaces in double quotes,
some" "arg or "some arg".
If a parameter includes double quotes (e.g. as part of the argument),
escape the double quotes by means of the backslashes,
Settings specific to Mobile device-targeted applications (AIR Mobile)
Specify whether you want to use an emulator or a real Android or iOS device to run or debug your application:
Emulator. Select this option to use a built-in emulator.
Select the intended target device from the list.
The figures shown to the right of the list are the screen characteristics
of the selected target device and are just for your information.
Screen is the screen size available to your application.
Full is the full screen size of the device.
ppi (pixels per inch) is the screen pixel density.
If the necessary device is not present in the list,
you can select Other and specify the desired screen parameters in the corresponding fields.
Android device. Select this option to run or debug your application using
an Android mobile device.
iOS Simulator. (This option is available only on Mac computers.)
Select this option to run or debug your application using an iOS device simulator.
In the SDK field, specify the path to the Apple iOS SDK to be used.
(The simulator is included in an Apple iOS SDK.)
You can click (Shift+Enter) and
select the SDK installation folder in the dialog that opens.
Select this option to run or debug your application using an iOS mobile device.
If necessary, enable fast application packaging.
(If fast packaging is enabled, the ActionScript bytecode is interpreted and not translated to machine code.
As a result, packaging is performed faster but code execution is slower.)
Debug on device over
For an Android or iOS device:
specify how the device will communicate with your computer after the application has been installed and started:
Select this option if the device is going to communicate with your computer over the network.
Select this option if the device will be connected to your computer using USB.
If necessary, change the port suggested by IntelliJ IDEA.
For the emulator:
specify the application descriptor to be used.
The available options refer to the descriptor-related settings in the associated build configuration.
as set for Android means the corresponding settings on the Android tab.
as set for iOS refers to the settings on the iOS tab.
Depending on the settings in the build configuration, the following cases are possible:
as set for Android: <Android support is not enabled>.
Generating the descriptor for Android is disabled.
Use the Enabled check box
on the Android tab if you want to enable the corresponding option.
as set for Android: generated. An auto-generated descriptor will be used.
If you want a template-based descriptor to be used instead,
select the Custom template option and
specify the template.
as set for Android: <file_name>.xml.
The corresponding custom template will be used to generate the descriptor.
The <file_name> in this case is the name of the template file that will be used.
The corresponding cases are also possible for the as set for iOS option.
Before Launch options
Specify which tasks should be carried out before starting the run/debug configuration.
The specified tasks are performed in the order that they appear in the list.
Click this icon to add a task to the list. Select the task to be added:
Run External tool.
Select this option to run an application which is external to IntelliJ IDEA.
In the dialog that opens, select the application or applications that should be run.
If the necessary application is not defined in IntelliJ IDEA yet, add its definition.
For more information, see Configuring Third-Party Tools and External Tools.
Select this option to have the project or module compiled.
The Make Module command will be carried out if a particular module is specified in the run/debug configuration, and
the Make Project command otherwise.
If an error occurs during the compilation,
IntelliJ IDEA won't attempt to start the run/debug configuration.
Make, no error check.
The same as the Make option but IntelliJ IDEA will try to start the run/debug configuration
irrespective of the compilation result.
Select this option to have an artifact or artifacts built.
In the dialog that opens, select the artifact or artifacts that should be built.
Run Another Configuration.
Select this option to have another run/debug configuration executed.
In the dialog that opens, select the configuration to be run.
This option is available only if you have already at least one run/debug configuration in the current project.
Run Ant target.
Select this option to have an Ant target run.
In the dialog that opens, select the target to be run.
For more information, see Ant.
Generate CoffeeScript Source Maps.
Select this option to have the source maps for your CoffeeScript sources generated.
In the dialog that opens, specify where your CoffeeScript source files are located.