[Stream sound pack] Flash player, publishing and testing issues

Darkhog

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I decided to use stream sound pack for my game, but there are some "security" issues on FlashPlayer side. I don't know how to bypass FP sandbox, so I won't have security errors whenever my game tries to play sound from web (I don't want to republish every time I want to test any crap).


Do you have some solution for it?

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Epic428

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you have to modify your flash settings so that you can access the web from the sandbox. one second and I will find it for you

Edit: here   http://www.macromedia.com/support/documentation/en/flashplayer/help/settings_manager04.html

Screen shot has an example of what I put
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Jon

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We ought to put that into a Stencylpedia article. (This time, I volunteer someone else to do it.)

Darkhog

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Thanks, Epic. It helped - too bad we don't have reputation system, because I would make your rep go up for that.

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Epic428

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I still have to write an article for the Custom Pause Screen. So to make things better, I will write both articles this weekend, at which point I can get them to Ceric for editing.
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Epic428

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Can someone provide me with Mac and Linux equivalents of the directory below. I plan on using them as examples in the article.  - that is if the installers for those OS's have a default install location.

C:\Users\James\Documents\StencylWorks\plaf\flash\Game.swf

I should have the article written by tomorrow, but I thought I'd get everything together to make it easy.
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Darkhog

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Since for Linux installer is tarball it is installed wherever user unpacks it. So the safest bet for Linux is

<directory where you unpacked StencylWorks>/plaf/flash/Game.swf

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RandomJibberish

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On a Mac the most likely location is "Macintosh HD\Applications\StencylWorks\plaf\flash\Game.swf".

Jon

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Usually, Macintosh HD is implicit and no longer mentioned in the OS.

So it'll just be /Applications/StencylWorks/plag/flash/Game.swf

Epic428

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Awesome, thank you very much! I will be sure include these as examples and make it clear the directory could be different based on where SW is installed to.
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