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flash/captivate files will not play

Thread began 6/20/2009 10:43 am by rpttrsn300655 | Last modified 7/01/2009 11:48 am by rpttrsn300655 | 5188 views | 7 replies

rpttrsn300655

Ray:

I'm referring to the self-contained package of .swf files included in the Database Starter Kit PHP, which is a downloaded package (and installed in a folder on my desktop). So, the files are local to me. Would a server still be involved somehow?

I'm loading start.htm from that downloaded folder, and it's loading and playing on 3 out of four computers I have access to. On the fourth, it loads and the stage loads, but no playing.

And, to answer your original question, still nothing.

I can, and always have been able to, run anything flash on the Webassist website (feature tours, etc.), but not these particular files on my local drive. I can load any other locally stored .html pages with imbedded .swf and run them, just not this set, on this computer.

Sort of maddening.

thanks,
robert

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