0 Replies Latest reply on Jan 8, 2010 1:15 PM by boliz

    Run Time Error in AIR...but the same code works in Flex...

    boliz Level 1

       

      Hi,

      It seems that I am having a big problem with shaders in AIR, when I try to instance,

      Here is my code:

       

                        import flash.display.Shader;

                        import flash.filters.ShaderFilter;

                       

                        [Embed(source="crossStitch.pbj", mimeType="application/octet-stream")]

                        public var MyShaderClass:Class;

       

                        //this works on flex/flash but not in AIR run time...

                        private function onClick() : void

                        {

                              var shader:Shader = new Shader();

                              shader.byteCode = new MyShaderClass();

                 

                              // Configure desired input parameters of shader.

                              shader.data.size = [4];

                              myImg.filters = [new ShaderFilter(shader)];

                        }

       

      When running this code in Flex it works great!!

      When I try to use this code under AIR I get:

       

      ReferenceError: Error #1065: Variable Shader is not defined.

       

      Ion both Flex and AIR projects I use the same Flex SDK (3.4.1) ( I have tried 3.4, 3.5 and more) but

      Changing the SDK still didn’t worked, I have started to think maybe it’s related to this that in Flex project

      There is the playerglobal.swc and in AIR there is the airglobal.swc but why shouldn’t this airglobal.swb support in Shader?

       

       

      I have Adobe AIR 1.5.3 and I have tested that my app.xml has

      <application xmlns="http://ns.adobe.com/air/application/1.5.1">

       

      I have zipped a small demo and sent it to my friend and he told me that it’s work for him

      In AIR app… (attached...)

       

      Guys I have spent all day figuring what is wrong but nothing!!…can someone shade some light here?