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AIR has different security rules because it doesn't really have a "domain"
to compare against crossdomain.xml. The warnings are annoying and
misleading and usually indicate that some code is trying to access the
bitmap inside a try/catch block. Usually you can ignore any warning that
doesn't stop execution.
Thanks for your answer, but does that mean there's no way to avoid/hide those?
Do you think I should file a bug since, like you said, they are annoying and misleading?
Bugs have already been filed to allow you to suppress the warning in the
console. Keep in mind that only folks with debugger players will see it.
The release player will not take the time to spit that stuff out.
Thanks for your valuable input!
Good to know I'm not wrong with anything in this...
I'll just ignore them for now.