I currently have the debug version of Flash Player 10.2 installed, but I frequently get an annoying error when visiting sites that offer video (such as cnn.com):
SecurityError: Error #2000: No active security context.
This causes Flash to hang and crash about 75% of the time (I can't dismiss or continue past the error), and I end up looking at that little "frowning lego" that allows me to send a crash report.
I'd really like to uninstall the debug version of Flash player so I don't have to deal with this, but will that prevent me from debugging my projects from within Flash Builder?
Really? Nobody who knows can just give a quick answer? I have to go to the trouble of removing the debug player and installing the regular player to find out (plus then reinstall the debug player if debugging in Flash Builder no longer works)?
FlashBuilder 4.5 has the option to specify the debug player explicitly. Go to Window->Preferences->FlashBuilder->Debug dialog and specify the path to DebugPlayer executable. You should be able to debug AIR apps with this player. Please note that you would still need the debug player installed in your browser to debug Flex applications.
Thanks for the response.