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I believe it is the relative path to your text file for the LoadVars. This may be different on your local setup compared with the server.
That original path is relative to the path of the containing html page and not to the path of the swf.
I often refer people to this quick backgrounder as well:
Also because that site is accessible from both http://tthonline.co.uk and
http://www.tthonline.co.uk its advisable to have a crossdomain.xml in the sites root directory that grants permission to flash to load from one to the other. This is important if you use absolute urls like that, in my experience.
Thanks - your second point made the real difference. I'll have to look into the crossdomain.XML as it would appear that now only a request to www.tthonline...... will work, as you hinted.
In the post you reccommended tme to, I knew about this, so put the HTML and the .SWF in the same folder - so that the path to the assets were the same, but that did not solve the issue.
If you have an example of a crossdomain.xml I could plunder, I would be grateful
and thanks again