I'm building a web app in Flex which has several canvases of
information that the user can "flip" through, which I'm doing by
making them visible/invisible. There are four canvases, one with
text, one with images, one with a video player and one with an
audio player. The video and audio players are external .swf files
that are loaded from the server at run-time. There are also several
embedded .swf files for things like loading animations.
The video player is throwing a never-ending series of
Security Sandbox Violation, but only when there is an embedded .swf
file, such as a "loading" animation, in the display list. The video
player is bahaving normally, I add a "loading" animation (via
embedded .swf file), and it starts throwing the errors:
It does this even if the video player's SWFLoader isn't even
in the display list. Once I remove the loading animation from the
display list the errors stop.
The errors only occour when I do test builds, it doesn't
appear to throw any Security errors when the files are all uploaded
to a server and run from there. I don't think this would really big
problem except that it's spamming my Console window and making it
impossible to read the output of Trace calls.