I'm reposting this question because my previous posting on this topic had an error in it that made responding difficult. My bad.
Run this tiny Flex app (which does absolutely nothing of interest):
...and then select its "View Source" menu item (by right-clicking or command-clicking on it). Up comes the source code, which is in
The same applet is embedded at the bottom of a blog posting here:
... by embedding a link to exactly the same SWF as above (that is, to http://www.igetitmusic.com/blog/SWFs/Tweener/Tweener.swf).
Now, select the "View Source" menu item in the BLOG's reference to the applet.
Whoa, Nellie! It doesn't work! It looks for the source code in the wrong place: http://www.igetitmusic.com/blog/2009/05/srcview/index.html.
Respectfully, and with sincere appreciation for any help, I am
P.S.: PLEASE DO NOT tell me that "you can generate source by checking the "View Source" checkbox in the "Export Release Build..." dialog. Clearly (this is clear, isn't it?), the problem isn't generating the source, it is finding the source at runtime.
This turns out to be a known bug in Flex 3, which has been fixed in Flex 4 (which is still in development).
In the meantime, the workaround is to expose, in the web page in which a SWF is embedded, a separate link to that SWF's source code (labelled something like "click here for source code").
Hoping that this helps, I remain