From where are you downloading the debug players? (Here is the URL: http://www.adobe.com/support/flashplayer/downloads.html)
After installing the debug version, does the flash movie in the site above display "Debug Player: No"?
Hi Sunil thanks for taking the time.
1. I installed it from the page you mentioning above.
2. Checked on the page if it says no or yes. It says YES.
However when I right click on SWF movie it doesn't show me it's the debug player.
If I am correct it did show if it was the debug player in previous versions when you right clicked.
I also made a test SWF that throws an Error when I click on the stage, the player also doesn't throw me a popup window with this error so for sure I know debug player is not running!
I uninstalled everything and re-installed everything. Now i do see the image above, but still I don't get any Error popups from the debug player. How is this posible, if debug player is running?
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What's your SWF development environment? Flash Builder, Flash Professional?
I think these applications handle the debugger differently.
Can you please try the following:
Go to C:\WINDOWS\system32\Macromed\Flash. (on 64-bit: C:\Windows\SysWOW64\Macromed\Flash)
Open the mms.cfg file.
Add the following entries:
Now try to run the SWF file.
Go to the location mentioned above and open the flashlog.txt created.
See if it logs errors.
In this case for testing I am just using Adobe Flash Pro CS5.5 and by hitting the Ctrl+F12 button I export and can directly test it in the browser but doing this, it doesn't show any Error windows apparently. However i checked the log file and it is recording the error's I have created on purpose.
So yes it seems to be working but it's not throwing any popup window with error's, It would be nice if it showed me the error windows if there is a error. So I guess debugger was always working only not showing the Error window.
How can i fiks this?
Thanks until so far Sunil
I also tried this in the mms.cfg file,
For somebody else it worked to show the popup in my case it doesn't.
I found out what was wrong, A view months ago I installed FlashFireBug to see what it does, maybe something went wrong during un-install of this FlashFireBug after I was ready with it. So what I did is re-install FlashFireBug and run the test html page witch throws a error, and there was my DialogBox with my error.
I uninstalled FlashFireBug and after that it still shows me the DialogBox with my error.
I noticed something, in the error log about it.
It couldn't find something from FlashFireBug that was installed as a Add-on. unfortunately I don't have the output string anymore of this error.
So re-installing this FlashFireBug add-on and un-installing it again worked for me.
Thanks for all the help.