My brain is on holiday (again); i have been through this before but cant recall the outcome.
I have forms with buttons that will (if we ever get them completed) load user guides/help .swf files from our server.
We are using a simple:
click event to do this. works fine.
but some of the .swf's are big, and for anyone we do a custom setup for (which seems a long way in the future) we would like to be able to load the .swf's locally (internet is still slow where we are):
So, short question, can a livecycle pdf load/play a .swf locally (say from pdfswf.dir on c: for arguments sake) or is that a security issue? I know flash has issues with security in this area, but hoped livecycle would be ok with it.
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I think you are going to come up against a security issue.
app.openDoc("path to file.swf");
"NotAllowedError: Security settings prevent access to this property or method.
Maybe some one will be able to shed better light on the problem.