The alert message "A script in this movie is causing Flash
Player to run slowly. If it continues to play your computer may
become unresponsive. Do you want to abort the script?" is really
driving me mad.
Everything was going well.
It happened suddenly when I published my movie for about the
hundreth time just after adding a script.
I tried to re-publish with the new script removed and I still
got the same message!
I verified all the scripts my movie contains and there's no
error in the scripting
(at least as Check syntax tells me...)
In the publishing window, I can see the whole movie playing
very quickly without a stop even if each concerned keyframe has a
stop(); in it.
If I abort the script, the movie continues to run and at the
end of the graphical display of the frames, I can see a lot of
"ghost" frames (about twenty) and the panel indicates a preload of
about 3 000 000 frames !!!!!
If I don't abort the script, the graphical display and the
Preload quantity is normal (about 270 frames).
Sorry for the delay...
I'm an old man and I was sick these days...
The script I added is very simple and clean: it loads arrays
to populate a new ComboBox and a Listener to drive this ComboBox.
Nothing very special here.
The Movie contains 23 ComboBoxes with similar scripts.
All of the ComboBoxes are set invisible by default and some
of them are called on demand depending the Frame in which we work.
Very simple... indeed!
Remark: despite the warning, if I DON'T abort the script
everything is working fine and operations are flashy. The Movie
becomes erratic if I abort the script and then nothing is working
Problem is the warning doesn't indicate WHICH script is
involved and it is annoying.
Using the Debugger is very complex for me and doesn't do an
analysis of the Movie scripting...