it probably won't work in flash player 10 but you shouldn't see that error message if your publication settings are correct.
upload your js, html and swf to a server and post a link.
How do you first find the files and second how do you upload them?? using
there is most likely a "flash player version detection" script in the swf.
when a swf runs the player knows what version it is and has info like
MAC 5,0,3,23WIN 4,0,0,0
people used to write scripts to detect what version they were using by analyzing the FIRST number in version info.
These scripts would look at the major version numbers like 5 and 4 above.
so now flash player 10 looks like this:
the FIRST number is 1so old scripts that were written poorly that are testing for flash player 6 and above would work like thisif the first number is less than 6, than tell the user to upgrade.Well now the first number is 1. So 1 is less than 6 and you see that upgrade message.
use the default publication settings (file/publication settings) and save your fla to a directory you can find. then publish a new html and swf with the default names and upload those files. or, test again locally. publishing from flash will probably solve the first problem for you.
it loads fine on computer this is happening online uploaded by
ftp then it opens the file flip book and then goes through th pages super
fast. then repeats, repeats,repeats i think its flash player 10 cause i unloaded 10 and put in 6 and
it worked fine on computer and server.
I have never seen this before and i have built many flip books using files that worked and yes
i have copied and pasted it , and it dont work
there are several common "errors" in coding that the as2 compilier for flash 6 will allow that cause problems for later flash player versions.
and that's what i mentioned before. you could probably stop that flash player warning by publishing a new html from flash. but you would then probably hit some coding errors.