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No i dont have any thing like that.
Should we have an action script
Note:Macromedia Flash Player release 6r47 did not allow an HTML page on the web to load a SWF file that was stored on the local machine (for example on a CD-ROM or local hard drive). This functionality has been restored in Macromedia Flash Player 6 release r65 (6,0,65,0) and above. For SWF files accessing internet based content these rules still apply.
Wow...I didn't even know it was possible to load a local swf file from a remote web page...guess I didn't pay attention to that, and still trying to work out why it could be useful... I guess you would have to be sure that the user had the local swf file in a fixed and known location.
If you're doing that would you need to use the file:// prefix in the url for the swf? And perhaps the forward slash instead of the backslash. Just guessing - might not be relevant.
do you have cross-domain policies?