you probably have a security sandbox issue with both your link and navigateToURL.
either upload your files to a web server and test or, add you flash files to your trusted list, http://www.macromedia.com/support/documentation/en/flashplayer/help/settings_manager04.htm l
i tried to follow the instuctions to add adobe to my trusted sites. i went to start, control panel, system & security, flash player (32-bi). under the Storage tab, i selected Allow sites to save information on this computer. i then opened the Local Storage Settings by Site and added www.adobe.com and chose the Allow setting. however, this did not help. did i do something wrong?
also, how would i upload my files to a web server?
i tried doing that, but my published interactive movies still won't link to
the internet. here is a screenshot of the files i uploaded. 1) being the
actual flash file 2) being the publish HTML file. I also tried debugging
the video and this code error appeared and said the sandbox thing you were
here is the error:
Security Sandbox Violation ***
Connection to http://www.adobe.com halted - not permitted from
-- Untrusted local SWFs may not contact the Internet.
SecurityError: Error #2028: Local-with-filesystem SWF file
file://///tester.swf cannot access Internet URL http://www.adobe.com.
Cannot display source code at this location.
am i missing something else?