11 Replies Latest reply on Aug 9, 2011 6:07 PM by kglad

    Producing Flash for desktop -- bypass security error?

    dave.zelenka

      Hi,

       

      We're producing a desktop application that includes html and swf in AS3. We get the following error:

       

      Adobe Flash Player has stopped a potentially unsafe operation.

      The following local application on your computer or network:

      C:\Users\Dave%20Zelenka\Desktop\world-source\...\world.swf

      is trying to communicate with this Internet-enabled location:

      C:\Users\Dave Zelenka\Desktop\world-source\sample-html\sample.html

      To let this application communicate with the Internet, click Settings. You must restart the applcation after changing your settings.

       

      So, I know how to resolve this by clicking the settings. But our users won't want to do that. What doesn't make sense is that the swf file isn't pulling anything from the Internet. The world.swf file shouldn't be communicating with sample.html, and not only that, they are located in the same folder.

       

      I just upgraded to CS5.5. I'm not sure if that has anything to do with it. The FLA source depends on a number of classes contained in com folders, but all that's compiled into the SWF, so it won't be looking for those outside of the FLA. Any suggestions?

       

      Thank you.