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  1. Dear colleagues, Could you help me with noCache please? I try to do unCached (noCache:true) XML file loading, but with caching loading data from the XML (noCache:false). On server I have XML file <?xml version="1.0" encoding="iso-8859-1"?> <data> <LoaderMax name="n" prependURLs="www" load="true" noCache="false"> <ImageLoader url="1.jpg" name="im1" noCache="false"/> <ImageLoader url="2.jpg" name="im2" noCache="false"/> </LoaderMax> </data> and AS3 code: var loader:XMLLoader = new XMLLoader("xmldata.xml", {noCache:true, onRawLoad:ChangeCacheParam}); function ChangeCacheParam(event:LoaderEvent):void{ loader.vars.noCache =false; var imageLoaderVars:ImageLoaderVars = new ImageLoaderVars(); imageLoaderVars.noCache(false); } But after many experiments of images uploading they are cached (url with gsCacheBusterID=134...). May be some one have solved this problem or may be I have error in my code. Thank you in advance for your help, Vlad
  2. I'm a little confused on the caching of Video in Flash. I have an intro in *.mp4 format which I load with VideoLoader at my site, but I've noticed that even if I preload it once at 100%, the next time I open the site (remotely) it preloads again. I have no anti-caching systems of my own, and I tried to set the videoLoader.noCache = false; but it doesn't seem to do anything. Is it just the way browsers cache video, in that they don't store it in cache?