I having a problem with getting a Adobe Edge Animate project to work offline with Internet Explorer ( on a PC).
My client is able to launch and view the HTML page however he cannot see any of the interactive content/graphics that should populate the HTML page. The project works fine online but not offline, and I have published the project without Adobe CDN , which generates the edge_includes folder containing 2 files: edge.4.0.0.min.js and jquery-2.0.3.min.js. - Are these conflicting with security settings ?
Thinking I needed to link to these files to the HTML page, I tried adding the code below to the HTML header, but didn't work (suggested in another forum):
I also tried changing the Internet settings in IE to allow Active X Controller on ‘My Computer’, which, worked for me - but not for my client. Also it works in Chrome and Firefox... but that’s not an option for the client.
Has anyone come across this problem before, and know of a way to get an Edge Animate published project to work in IE offline?
There is definitely no need to add these scripts since these files are automatically loaded in animate. You need to send the whole folder created when published to your client without skipping any folder or file. The other solution since it is working online would be to just give him a link to the page you have online. That way he can try all the different browser he has on his pc.