We have created a very simple swf file which has TLF text within it. Once uploaded to our client's intranet the file will not play when using IE6 and Flash Player 10.
Our client's secure intranet may not be able to download the required framework files from Adobe's website so we simply placed the textLayout_18.104.22.168.swz file in the same directory as the swf files. Unfortunately this still did not work.
To be sure that it was the TLF text causing the problem we packaged the framework in the swf wile (from Publish Settings). This did then work, however we do not want to do this for all of our files as this adds quite a significant size per file. We also changed the text to classic text and this too fixed it so we know we have to solve the TLF Framework problem.
Can anyone advise how we can upload the textLayout_22.214.171.124.swz file and share it for all of our swf files please.
ie6 constitutes less than 3% of global web browsers and even less of u.s. browsers and is dropping each month. why bother?
^^^ LOL ^^^
set the default linkage to merged into code:
File > Publish Settings > ActionScript 3 Settings > Library path > Default linkage. Set to "Merged into code"
now you don't need to include the swz...
first message: "we packaged the framework in the swf wile (from Publish Settings). This did then work, however we do not want to do this for all of our files as this adds quite a significant size per file"
If you don't want to adds unecessory filesize to every file. So judge that is nessesory swz to specific file. if not necesory remove the filepath($(AppConfig)/ActionScript 3.0/libs/11.0/textLayout.swc) in publish setting under library path and publish that file.