Just one qiuick thing. the only way to update the test player in Flash that I found is installing latest Flash update. It helped in my case. Replacing files in Flash's players directory doesn't affect the test player.
best konrad 2008/7/21, peter ginsberg <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: > > This isn't precisely related to AS3, but it's definitely something in my > code in particular causing this issue. I'm working on an application (a > game) that contains some pretty complicated AS3 code. It's a CS3 project, > with a main .fla file and several sub .flas with their own classes. I > don't > think the details are too important to my question, at least not right now. > > Here's what happened: > -Publish the FLA into a SWF, open swf in standalone player or browser -- > works fine, good frame rate, etc. > -Built the FLA using "Test Movie", the swf is extremely slow to load, frame > rate is terrible, and the application eventually crashes and brings flash > CS3 down with it. > > I tried another system I had CS3 installed on and got a similar effect, > only > this time the game wouldn't even start. It would choke on one of the > loaded > swfs. On this system as well, hitting publish resulted in a perfectly > swell > working swf. > > I've noticed some differences in the past, but this is pretty over the top. > > My best theory so far is that this is a version problem. On the first > computer (winXP), I noticed the version of Flash Player installed as a > standalone and browser plugin was 9,0,124,0 BUT the version in CS3 Test > Movie was 188.8.131.52. On the second computer (Vista64), also 9,0,124,0 in > the > browser, but the version CS3 Test Movie was 184.108.40.206. > > Operating on this theory, I grabbed the debug players from: > http://www.adobe.com/support/flashplayer/downloads.html then removed flash > player using the uninstall utility. I installed the new debug players > (including copying from the Debug folder of the download into my > \Adobe\Adobe Flash CS3\Players folder. Rebooted. I tried this process > several times, but: > trace(flash.system.Capabilities.version); > Continues to report "WIN 9,0,115,0" as the version when I test movie. > > So, my questions: > 1. How do I really update the player flash CS3 uses with test movie? > 2. Is there anything else different about the player used in test movie > that > I should be considering when figuring out the problem here? > 3. Assuming I have done something in my code that caused a bug which was > fixed between flash player microversions, does anyone have any ideas where > to start looking to pinpoint exactly what the root cause is? > > Apologies for the length of my question, I'm trying to anticipate what > people will want to know. Thanks in advance. > > _peter > _______________________________________________ > Flashcoders mailing list > Flashcoders@chattyfig.figleaf.com > http://chattyfig.figleaf.com/mailman/listinfo/flashcoders > _______________________________________________ Flashcoders mailing list Flashcoders@chattyfig.figleaf.com http://chattyfig.figleaf.com/mailman/listinfo/flashcoders