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An absolute URL will be a complete URL, it traces from the abosulte root of a file's location on a server...
A relative URL is anything short of including the http://domain..., and is read relative to wherever the file using it exists
In Flash files though, relative links need to be specified relative to the HTML page that embeds the swf. So if the swf is in a different folder than the html page that embeds it, the swf's targeting must be adjusted as if it were actually in the html file's folder.
thank you sir
O by the way changing it to a full path instead of relative got it to work so thanks for clearing that up