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  1. Hi guys, thanks for taking the time to look at my post, much appreciated... I actually got an idea from another post in this forum. Since I had access to the child SWF, I deceided to dispatch an event from the parent to the child and I pass URLVariables class to the child, worked like a charm. Had to make some modifications to init approach of the child, but it's so much better doing it with event handling!! I did find something about the problem from FP IDE, basically since it's on the file system, it looks at the query string as it physical file name, that's why we get the URL not f
  2. I'm working on this now and I realized once I publish as an executable it works fine.. same code, I also have a feeling that if I place these files on a webserver they will work as well. I found someone having the same problem and they point out that it only happens to them in the FLASH IDE, which is exactly my problem. http://www.kirupa.com/forum/archive/index.php/t-335122.html Does anyone know how to fix? it's so strange and it's driving me crazy because I don't want to create executables everything I want to test??
  3. Update: I tested on another machine with FP CS5.5 that was not modified and same error, when I switch to AIR 2.6 from the Publish Settings the code works, any idea?
  4. I'm getting the following errors below, when I'm loading a SWF into another SWF, the parent will eventually be an executable. I don't think this error is related to LoaderMax (great product by the way), but I feel that since you guys are the experts in loading assets you might know the answer. Things to point out: - when I change the method type to URLRequestMethod.POST it loads great, but for some reason I can't grab the parameters from the loaded SWF. I'm using this.loaderInfo.parameters["appendPath"] but it's undefined, I think that is only for query string variable? If I kn
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