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You can try using a random query at the end of the url to try to force the file to be loaded from the server. This approach just assigns a random number to an arbitrarily named variable as shown below...
I have primarily used this for targeting PHP files that you want to read fresh from the server each time and do not know if it works the sames for swf files.
I copied your advise exactly as you said (....swf?rand="+String(Math.random()), 3);) in the compiler error tab i get the message "syntax error" so regretfully no effect. Did i do something wrong?
Retype the quotation marks that are used in that line. I think the first one is not a valid quotation mark since it is curved rather than straight like the second.