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Wow, you're right. That's pretty bizarre. It's even more bizarre, considering that Dreamweaver CS4 now exports swfobject instead of the older AC_RunActiveContent when you drop in a SWF. Obviously the integration of CS4 apps does not include the integration of Adobe's Flash programming unit talking to the Dreamweaver programmers.
But it's not very useful as it now is. I think you should make an official bug report or support case about this.
I have an open case with support asking about this...
It would be fine if it worked, but it doesn't, so now the "Click to activate" messages have reappeared in browsers.
I do use Dreamweaver for somethings but to assume everyone does is not realistic. I really like Adobe products but they are not the end all of the design/ web development world.
This is the answer I received from support:
Flash CS4 no longer publishes the AC_RunActiveContent.js becuase that
issue has been resolve now with the Active X. You can refer to the
Active Content Developer Center
As of the October 15, 2008 release of Flash Player 10, Adobe recommends
that developers use SWFObject2 for Flash Player detection
P.S. Just to note though they say it is the answer... My opinion is though they provide documentation finding the info was a real pain, had to wait for a response from support to find it.