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ecart install problems

Thread began 5/07/2010 12:11 am by michaelgreen252387183 | Last modified 5/07/2010 7:39 pm by Eric Mittman | 952 views | 1 replies |


ecart install problems

hello, im trying to set up my working on a local testing server..ive added the database and while trying to add object im recieving this error:

Adobe flash player has stopped a potentially unsafe operation

The following local application on your computer or network:
Is trying to communicate with this Internet-enabled location:
C:\Users\xxxxx\AppData\Roaming\Adobe|Dreamweaver CS4\...\wf_master.htm

To let this this application communicate with the internet, click settings.
You must restart the application after changing your settings

i then went to the settings tab as suggested and imput:
inside of ---Adobe flash player settings manager/
Global security settings/
always trust files from these locations [ C:/xxxxxx]

any ideas how i can work around this obstacle.. thanks in advance

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Eric Mittman

I have not seen this error when trying to add a cart object to a page, did you click on the help button and receive this error?

Either way the solution is to update your Flash player security settings, here is a link to the controller for this:


You can specify to allow the content from the directory specified, or choose always allow, either choice should get you past the error. Normally you only see this error if you are tying to view flash content locally.

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