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This is simply the security sandbox telling you that it won't allow you to access any content outside of your local domain. Look at the Security classes in Flash CS3's AS3 Documentation. This should get you going in the right direction.1 person found this helpful
hey, try setting the Actionscript to 2.0 instead of 3.0 that always worked for me1 person found this helpful
Thanks for the reply.
I get what you are saying. BUT
I want to create my menus in Flash and then put all the website together in HTML (Dream weaver). This means that the action script must relate to a URL link... I hope you get what I am saying.
Please advise on this. Sorry if I am being ambiguous.
I understand you perfectly. The issue is still the same. You are getting Security throw backs from the flash player. Upload the file to the web and test it there.
Playback from the local machine is going to cause the security sandbox to be notified that you are trying to access files on a remote computer not in the local network and Flash is going to prevent it. This can be prevented by uploading the file to a server and testing from there.
I tried what you said. It works perfectly well.
Thanks a lot.