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Have you tried to publish it on your server?
I haven't tried to publish it on the server yet. I guess I assumed it wouldn't work there either. Would it work there even if it doesn't work when I publish it in flash?
Thanks for responding!
In the Global security settings panel make sure you add the local filepath... not the remote website. It would very likely work online. Its the fact that a local file is asking for remote (web-based) content that is causing the issue. Its part of flash's security sandbox model
GWD is right.
I ripped my hair out of frustration when i had this problem, and i couldnt figure it out.
but It will work just fine once you publish it on a server.
like GWD said, you need to ALLOW the file ( your SWF file ) to communicate with the web.
Thank you so much everyone! I got it to work!!