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do you have a cross-domain security file and are you loading it?
Thanks for the reply, but nope, swf, html, and the "myList.csv" are all in the same dir of the same domain. Also, if it where a sandbox issue it wouldnt have worked on my ie.
your last sentence isn't necessarily correct. but that's another issue.
try a relative path instead of absolute.
WOW, bang on. Not sure why that is, but you got it. Relative link works great on all. If you dont mind, could you elaborate on why sandbox issues would be browser specific?
sandbox issues shouldn't be browser specific, but they are flash player version specific.
for us extreme newbies here, of which I am one, can you explain the difference between your relative and absolute path in the .download file reference
an absolute path would be something like:
(looking at the op's original message, i see he used an http:// prefix which isn't going to work in any case.)
a relative path from yourdomain's main directory would be: