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If you are loading content ala using an xml file, that may be the source of the problem. When you load a Flash file into a web page, that web page becomes the frame of reference for any files that the swf loads. So if you tested this where the html file was in the same folder, but then moved things into different folders, then you need to adjust the Flash to load things as if it is in the html file's folder
This seems promising. I will give this a shot tomorrow.
If you have only one swf, don't use AC_RunContent.js, it is not needed. And if you are using DW and building your own site, make it simple, publish Flash with HTML and simply copy paste the object embed code it produces iinto your DW div (other table etc). K.I.S.S.
FYI, AC_RunContent.js is a workaround for IE6 and earlier and is used to display multiple swf's (active) content dynamically without a click through. IE7 and later the only reason to use it now is it is easier to dynamically control multiple files, as does xml.
Ok, that has solved it.
First I had to put the path to the images in the xml file (relative to the html document), and then I had to change the action script to call the xml file using the path to the xml file. Those two things allowed me to put the swf (and images and xml) in a child directory so my top level directory will remain as clutter-free as possible.
Thanks for that bit of info, Ned.
You're welcome Mark