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Make sure you have a virtual directory on your web server for CFIDE.
I think I do, here is what I see in my cfAdmin - mapping section
If this is not what you are taking about, I don't know what your asking me to do. perhaps an example or a pointer would be great.
The files that the flash forms are looking for are:
Alternatively you could copy these files to another directory under your webroot and use the scriptSrc attribute of the CFFORM tag.
I had the same problem. I wanted my app to look cool by using flash forms. I spent countless hours messing with it. I took the page and iteratively took things off until the page worked. What I ended up with is a page with no table tags or html on the page. Once I did that, the flash form worked fine. Unless I missed something, you can't have anything else besides the flash form itself on the page to make it render. Not practical at all!
I just tried that as well. Still doesn't work. How ever I did notice a meta tag added my CF, can it cause a problem? if so how do I remove it.
Here is what my html source code looks like.