I am getting a pop-up while running my Flex Builder Application in Profile though i have installed Debug Version of Flash player 11.
Flex Builder cannot locate the required debugger version of Flash Player. You might need to install the debugger version of Flash Player 9 or reinstall Flex Builder.
Do you want to try to debug with the current version?
Adobe Flex Version : Adobe Flex Builder 3
OS Platform : Windows XP 32bit
Flash Player Version Installed : 11_8_800_94(Debug Version)
PROBLEM 2: I am seeing some sandbox violation error in my flash logs :
Error #2044: Unhandled securityError:. text=Error #2048: Security sandbox violation: file:///D|/Profiles/general/My%20Documents/Flex%20Builder%203/.metadata/.plugins/com.adob e.flash.profiler/ProfilerAgent.swf?host=localhost&port=9999 cannot load data from localhost:9999.
at ProfilerAgent/ioErrorHandler()[C:\faramir\flex\sdk\modules\profiler3\as\ProfilerAgent.as: 527]
Please help me out in order to resolve those issue. Reason of configuring the Profiler is that my application is keep getting Crashed consistently for Flash player greater than version 10.0.22.8. Even in Flash Player Logs there is no clue or warning.
My Tree Structure of using the componenets:
Please guide me on this.
My Doubt on Crashing the Application on Repeater Component because I am displaying around 2000 Images with Label in VDividedBox.
I am licensed user of Adobe Flex.
Looks like you're trying to launch IE.
There's two flash players for windows browsers. A plugin for for firefox/chrome… and an activeX control for IE.
Looks like you're missing the debug version of the IE one.
You can find it here: http://download.macromedia.com/pub/flashplayer/updaters/11/flashplayer_11_ax_debug.exe
And add a location… looks like in you're case you should add "d:\"
A note on the link above… it's not a image… it's a swf you can interact with.
Note: The Settings Manager that you see above is not an image; it is the actual Settings Manager itself. Click the tabs to see different panels, and click the options in the panels to change your Adobe Flash Player settings.
After doing this… you may need to kill every instance of flash player you have running in order for the settings to take effect. (i.e. a reboot might be in order)