LoaderContext.securityDomain = SecurityDomain.currentDomain;
This requires that you have a valid policy file.
Yes. I tried this too. I have a valid policy file in my content domain as well but it still does not load and gives error on register font. thats why am wondering, if it is possible at all to load and register font from a domain different than the domain where the swf resides.
I have not tried it, but the principle should be that you load the SWF into
the same security domain which requires that you have a crossdomain.xml file
in the right place with the right permissions. You will probably not be
able to test your configuration from urls that begin with file://. You will
have to deploy to a server and fetch via http://.
BTW, did you prove it works from the same domain. I'm not sure INIT is the
right event to wait for. I'd wait for an ENTER_FRAME after COMPLETE.