Whenever I browse the web with Firefix, I get this sort of error message if the site uses Flash:
Adobe Flash Player 10
An ActionScript error has occurred:
Error #2044: Unhandled ioError:. text=Error #2032: Stream Error. URL: http://content.openforum.com/membersproject/getContentList.jsp?numitem s=3&pillar=CAUSES
This only started happening when I upgraded to CS4 Professional. Does anyone know why this is happening?
Thanks for the quick reply, but that makes absolustely no sense to me. I'm just a Web Designer. Could you be more specific?
If you are stating that it's a security issue, then why did it only start *after* I upgraded to CS4? That's what confuses me.
because you're publishing for fp 10 and that has stricter security restrictions.
are your html and swf in one domain and you're trying to load data from another domain? if yes, you have a security sandbox issue.
read my post above to remedy or publish for fp 8 or earlier.
But I'm personally not using FP10 at all. I don't do any development in it, as I just use Dreamweaver, Fireworks, and Acrobat Pro as of now. I'm just browsing sites like Yahoo, MSNBC and others when those errors appear.
I obviously cannot tell those websites what to do on their sites, so those errors continue to appear.
If that's the case, then I believe that's a very poor product feature of FP10.
I'm not publishing with Flash at all...never have.
I do have Flash CS4 Professional installed on my computer, but that's it. I've never even opened it. I only get those errors when browsing other sites.