That is odd... are you using deep linking or history management somewhere in your app?
I don't believe so
I am having the same issue.
It might have to do with server side communication as mentioned in another thread
The solution that a teammate found was the same: to call setTitle each time. Our application uses an AMF3 gateway to communicate with the server. Perhaps that's causing the problem.
Try turning "off" history management in your project Properties.
Turn off the "Enable integration with browser navigation" checkbox here:
Project-->Properties-->Flex Compiler-->HTML Wrapper
This is used for the Flex Deep Linking feature, and places the # sign in the address bar. The developer can then append strings after the # sign to allow bookmarking a Flex application.
Thank you, it worked after following rtalton's instruction precisely.
I'm reopening this old thread... because I'm having this same issue.
Even if I've got the "Enable integration with browser navigation" checkbox disabled for my project, I have my window title updated with the "#value" once the flex movie is load in the page in Internet Explorer.
thanks in advance,
Marc Baiges Camprubí
Set historyManagementEnabled="false" in the Application tag.
yes, tried that too, but doesn't seem to work :-(
thanks for the advice!
As I said, it's not working for me...
Here my use case:
1. Create new project with Flex 3.5 SDK, with this content:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<mx:Application xmlns:mx="http://www.adobe.com/2006/mxml" width="500" height="500" historyManagementEnabled="false">
</mx:Application>2. In compilation options, uncheck "Enable integration with browser navigation"3. Deploy the html+swf in an Apache4. Access the file like... http://localhost/test.html#abc5. Click over the flash movie, the window title becomes "#abc"so, a part from "historyManagementEnabled" and "Enable integration browser navigation"... any other ideas?I'm using Internet Explorer 7 and Flash Player 10.0.45.2thanks,Marc