i'm using DIrector 11.6 on mac OS 10.6
You're right - shockwave shouldn't be needed (although installing it can sometimes repair various projector ills).
I had this happen unexpectedly to me recently, and I tracked it down to the name of the CD that the projector was written to - it had some non-ASCI accented characters in it (an "é" I think). So are there any disc and/or folder names in your projector's path that use accented or non-ASCI characters?
No there are no files with non-ASCII chars...
I tried many things, stub projector excluding extras, etc... nothing making it working...
I had this same problem, and someone informed me of the following work around:
Create a projector in Director MX 2004. Go to the projector and do "Show Package Contents", then copy the "Frameworks" folder.
Then use THAT frameworks in your new Director 11.5 projectors (essentially copying and pasting/overwriting the current).
It works for me.
It's crazy !
I will try it, thanks, but i can't understand why we should come to do this hack...
We found the solution.
The mac files were copied on a Windows server. It seems that windows file system has corrupted the mac projectors....