1 Reply Latest reply on Jun 28, 2006 11:27 AM by zanzibarfiction.com

    Using FlashPaper to protect content

      I'm using FlashPaper to display some documents that my client would like to protect from being printed. I've used JavaScript to disable the print button in FlashPaper and have written other functionality to discourage printing. The only loophole I have now is that the FlashPaper swf file still gets downloaded to the temporary internet files. So, even though I have the print button disabled, any savvy user could still print the document by grabbing the swf file in the temp folder and viewing it with all buttons now enabled. Is there any way to prevent this – such as loading FlashPaper into an already loaded swf in memory only?