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At this time, there are some situations in which LocalConnection objects do not behave as expected. These issues only arise for those using LocalConnection objects in Director MX 2004/Shockwave Player 10 to connect with LocalConnection objects in Flash MX/Flash Player 6/Director MX. In these cases, the clients are both able to connect and exchange messages without producing any errors. The difficulty is that when the Director MX 2004/Shockwave Player 10 client receives incoming messages, the allowDomain callback function is triggered as expected, but regardless of the return value it provides, the incoming message appears to be ignored. There are no known workarounds for this issue at this time, so the best measure of protection is to ensure that these version mismatches don't occur.
however I am using Director10 and FlashCS3;
I suppose that a flag system could be set up:
on psm_allow_domain (me, argo_local_connection , args_sending_domain )
if I like the args_sending_domain -- incorrect lingo
some_flag = true
some_flag = false
psm_receiver (me, argo_local_connection , args_message )
if some_flag then
my_put("receiver : " & args_message )
> however I am using Director10 and FlashCS3;
Whatever. I think you found as good an explanation as you're going to get...