Actually, it's not the code that's being generated, it's part of your new security settings on your computer. When you try to test the page in your browser, It should notify you with a pop-up of some kind that indicates you have to change your Global settings manager in order to preview. Click on the link within that and it will open a webpage on Adobe that enables you to change your global settings form right on this page. Once you update to "allow", restart your browser, and test the page again, and it should work...
It has something to do with running a script from your computer - if you don't get the pop-up I mentioned, try this link:
The wizard tool on the page has a few tabs at the top of it, so you nmay need to scroll through until you find the correct setting - or you may need to read through the notes below it for better instructions than I've given...
Hope that helps,
Well, duh.....I'd completely forgotten about updating trusted locations in Flash Player security (via the link you provided) and had not done so since I switched to Windows 7. No pop-up message ever appeared in either browser to prompt me either. Anyway, adding the folder containing the files was all that was necessary, and now everything works as it should. Many thanks, Jesse, for the prompt response and for pointing me in the right direction. Cheers.............frank