Trust Me Flash Player
I search and searched the internet and eventually found the answer to the problem buried in an Adobe help page
. Hopefully my page will be a little easier to find.
Just in case the Adobe page disappears I will also post the fix here. Flash Player allows you to configure a set of trusted directories for swf files, once you define them they will open without the Security Error.
- First you have to find the Flash Player #Security directory for your OS
Documents and Settings\username\Application Data\MacroMedia\Flash Player#Security
- Mac OS X
- Create a folder called FlashPlayerTrust inside the #Security folder.
- Create a new file in the FlashPlayerTrust directory using a text editor, and save it as myTrustFiles.cfg.
- You can use any unique name for your configuration file.
- Locate the directory where you test Flash applications.
- Type or paste each directory path (any directory path on your hard disk) on a new line in the file. You can paste multiple directory paths on separate lines. When you finish, your file looks similar to the following example:
- Save your changes to myTrustFiles.cfg
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