If your using IE try setting your default to the 32bit vers. There appear to be some support issues with 64 bit IE and flash.
Thanks but I am working only in Flash Pro. This has nothing to do with browsers (unless you can provide me an explanation why IE is concerned in this scenario).
Your runtime environment is Flash Player. Flash Player is a plugin/addon to a browser, when you use a runtime it is displayed through your systems default browser plugin... flash player, which versions are browser specific.
I know what the flash plugin is. What you are implying has nothing to do with my issue. The AIR Debug Launcher (adl.exe) fails to launch after it closes. Flash Professional needs to be restarted before I can test my AIR application again.
To be more precise here's the workflow
1. Open AIR FLA in Flash CS4 Professional
2. Run test movie command (CTRL+Enter)
3. AIR application runs
4. Close AIR app
5. Go back to Flash CS4 Professional
6. Run a test movie again
7. Export dialogue box appears but AIR application doesn't show up
8. Restart Flash CS4 Professional
9. Repeat process from Step 1.
I hope that's clear enough.
You can use webkit browser instead of IE or any other if you prefer, however it is still a browser engine anyway you look at it and is required to display HTML and swf content. Unless as I said you're aware of another new way to display HTML content.
And yes you have been very clear.
any success in fixing ur problem?
(i experience similar things)