Thanks for your reply.
Refering to the link you mentioned:
The "Allow third-party Flash content to store data on your computer" checkbox is unchecked and the slider is set to 0 in the Global Storage Settings panel of your Adobe Flash Player Settings Manager: No, it's not. The box is checked and the slider is on 100k
You are using the debug version of the Flash Player: I do
Do you see the same error when running our online demo? When you right click a misspelled word, does the "Add ... to dictionary" work?
For your application, can you try if the same error happen in other machine or browser?
OK, here we go...
I tried to run your SquigglyUIexample demo, and it works!
So I looked carefully at the differences between your project and mine and found out that the only difference is that my dictionary is in a dics folder one level above, which I referenced with the following code.
That worked fine before the update.
If I move the dictionary in the same folder as my swf file, and reference it with
then the error mentioned above disappears.
it is not super convenient for me, as I have several projects that will be accessing the dictionaries and it is more convenient to have them in a central folder, but at least it is a workaround for now.
If you can find a way for me to put my zwl file back one level up, that would be great! Otherwise, I'll survive like that, no worries.
Thanks for your support,
Thanks for all your help sorting this issue out. We have filed an internal bug to track this issue (Bug Number: 2521040 ). We hope to have a fix for the 0.3 release.