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Old 11-02-2007, 08:24 PM
bsmuv bsmuv is offline
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Ok I am having a problem. I need to know what to do to make the Flash Player not need to ask about security settings. When I make my Panorama and I use the hotspots plugin to load and control another swf it doesn't load it unless I go into the Security dialog and set the folder up as trusted. This is unacceptable because when I up load it to the server to be viewed by end users, I don't want them to have to go into their Security Dialog to change the settings just to see it. Most of my visitor wouldn't even know what to change. Is there something I missed that is suppose to go in the main XML file for the security settings or is this something I need to add to the swf file I am trying to load?
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Old 11-02-2007, 08:45 PM
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Adobe offers a 51 page (!) white paper about security and Flash 9. For example, things that may by default be allowed when a Flash file originates on a server may by default be disallowed if that same Flash file is accessed from a local file system.

Testing a Flash file on your local system likely will not accurately simulate what a user will experience if they access the same file from a server.

On the Flash "Global Security Settings panel" page ( you also may want to follow the link "Global security settings for content creators" --

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