clear your browser's cache and search your computer for .sol files.
Thank you, kglad, for replying.
I wish it could be that simple...
I already look for those .sol files, delete the folder (see my posting) and of course emptied my browsers (Firefox and Safari) caches.
I guess, as I said, there's another location in ~/Library/ but can't find it.
Maybe a hidden folder ?
try using the clear() method of the sharedobject to remove the sharedobject file.
Could you be more specific, please?
I'm not working in Flash for the time being...
Do you mean I must build a simple FLA containing this instruction and... that's it!?
correct. you must use the same so name and path.
depending on your original so path, you may need to use a swf file name identical to your original and placed in your original directory.
if you used "/" for your so path, you should be able to use any swf in the same domain using the same name and "/".
And I keep this file in a secure location so I can re-run it on demand if I need to. Correct?
Sorry but I must leave by now for "domestic reasons" so don't be surprised if I remain silent for a while!
Thank you very much for your help!
correct, re-execute that actionscript each time you want to remove your so.
you may want to edit your original so anyone can change their login info. for example, someone may mistype their info and not be able to duplicate it or may forget their login info and you may want to allow them to re-enter their login info.
I already give to users the ability to re-enter their login info.
I gave a try to your suggestion:
If I write ("credentials" is the name of the SharedObject):
Eveything is fine and working nice.
Problem is: I can't specify any other parameter (for the path).
var so:SharedObject=SharedObject(credentials, "/");
I get syntax errors when checking it...
oops, my error. (i changed it in my above message in case anyone else sees it.)
that should be:
Errare humanum est...
It works wonderfully nice!
PS: I was once registered under "GerryIsHere" user name... We know each other for a long time, dear teacher! So many times you helped me...
(and, i'm an expect at making errors.)