That's a nasty deadline you have there
Try this...Donno if it will work, though.
In your publish settings Menu File --> Publish settings
Set the "loop playback security" to "Access network only"
Are you accessing domains other than your own?
Thank you so much for responding!
For the domain question, the answer is tricky. I'm using SlideShoPro Director to create the slideshow, so the images are being called, but the images are hosted on the same server (farrelldoc.com) as the slideshow.
However, I'm also installing CMS on this site. I'm going to try Konductor, so the slideshow will be on a different domain. And of course, the slideshow will eventually be on the client's domain if I get the contract.
In the meantime, I'm going to try your fix. I'll let you know.
Thanks so much!
No, unfortunately, that didn't work.
BTW, I had to move the files because I now have a 500 error on the original directory due to my first attempt at installing CMS. (I will be getting my money back for that software.) Here is the location of the new stuff:
Here is the direct link to the .swf:
Here is the page that Flash generated:
Here is the page I created using Insert Flash:
Well, I didn't believe, that it would..But it was a try.
Anyway: As far as I understand, when it comes to sandbox errors, it has something
to do with clients and cross domain permissions.I believe, that you problem is not
flash but something to do with permissions...
You may also want to examine the xml file...It could be, that it has been corrupted in some way...
It may contain information, which may be usable.
Sorry to say, I have absolutely no experience with SlideShowPro...
Anyway: Will it run if you turn debugging off?
Hope you'll get it working.
You led me to the answer!!!
SSP Director is on a secure server (https). When I used https for the home page, it played! Thanks thanks thanks! (Now I have to figure out how to fix that, but at least I can demo it.)
My pleasure Karen