what's the code for you link and what code are you applying to the linked object?
I'm new at this. I hope this is what you require:
/* Click to Go to Web Page
Clicking on the specified symbol instance loads the URL in a new browser window.
1. Replace http://www.adobe.com with the desired URL address.
Keep the quotation marks ("").
navigateToURL(new URLRequest("http://www.exploreaustralia.net.au/bookshop"), "_blank");
I used Code Snippets/Actions/Click to Go to Web Page.
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upload your html and swf to a server and test or change your security settings to allow that file to access the internet: http://www.macromedia.com/support/documentation/en/flashplayer/help/settings_manager04.htm l
I've read that link and completed the Flash Player Setting Manager window and same error. Must be missing something.
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add the folder that contains your html and swf to the trusted locations or upload to a server and test.
I obviously don't understand. Is this computer-speak? Do you mean put the html and swf files in a folder and give to a client?/Email? What is 'trusted locations'? .. the website I said 'ALLOW'?. How do I give it to them? I don't have a server.
Feeling very useless right now and it's past 2am. (I've got an .swd file too) Thx
2. click edit locations
3. click browse for folder
4. find the folder that contains your html and swf and click ok
5. you should see that folder in the "always trust files in these locations" field.
6. using your file browser, navigate to that now trusted folder and open the flash-published html in your web browser.
7. click your button.
YES! Thank you so much for step by step info.
One more problem:
It's now working well on my computer. But when I attach it to an email in MAIL (to show client), I get an error:
the .html file error:
This page requires Flash Player version 9.0.124 or higher.
the .swf file:
Plays file but refuses to go to URL link with error:
Adobe Flash Player has stopped a potentially unsafe operation.
(Storage/Local Setting by Site is still ALLOW)
I've never experienced Adobe software like it! Any help would be gregreatlyappreciated.
what are you attaching to an email? the html? the swf?
what is the recipient doing with the attachment? downloading?
Thank you for your assistance.
I tested it by attaching both the swf and html files to an email to myself and to another computer in my house and got the above result. I saved it to desktop, clicked on it directly from Mail and also opened it via the Browser and got result as in 10. above. I sent the swd file too although not sure what i'm supposed to do with that.
How should I share my job? I need to show the client and meet a deadline, then send it on to online magazine.
The job was done in CS6 Flash Pro and saved for Flash Player 9 and Action Script 3 (if that matters).
upload your html and swf to a server and send the url to the html to your client.