Joe originally stated that we could upload .swf direct to YouTube. As I understand it that is not correct.
So what good is a .swf file?
What can you do with it?
Why would you need it?
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Quote: Originally posted by nerjaace on August-04-2010
I still cannot get it to work :(
Is it in your file naming? What is the file name?
Do you have standalone Flash installed? Or is it trying to open via a web browser?
Have you set up your Flash security settings so you can test locally?
All existing swf files work ok for example I can click on snow.swf and it opens in Adobe Flash Player 9 no problem. I have downloaded Flash player 10 but for some reason it still only shows as Flash Player 9 r45.
I have logged on to Adobe Global Settings Panel and added in the security settings C:\Program Files\Easypano\Tourweaver 6 Professional Edition\Output which is the default directory for the created swf file.
In TW6 in the publish settings I have only selected Flash VR(swf).
When published I am still only getting a blank screen when I dbl click on the created swf file.
Any further suggestions appreciated.
Don't publish to the Output folder
Publish to your desktop and tell me the result.
Also you need to change the default open with: to that of the newer Flash 10 Debug.
Find a Flash file, Right Mouse Click>Properties>General(Tab)>Change(Button)>Browse to the new Flash 10 exe>Apply>OK.
I have tried to find the new Flash 10 exe file but all I can find is
FlashUtil10a.exe in the windows\system32\macromed\flash directory
When I try to associate the file type and try and open it I get a conflict error message.