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Comment 70 alexforever86 2014-05-18 22:50:21 PDT This problem persist event today. It won't delete your old settings but it wills start a new pile of them, fresh like the first time. In your case, have you tried commenting out that javascript code and just doing the object/embed to lower down the problem?coreyb 0 0yep - i still get the error even with Comment 41 John J. Source

very bad in computersanna 0 0 you said if we have more questions to email you but i dont see an address....but i am having the same problem and am on There is a bug in the Flash player:http://bugs.adobe.com/jira/browse/FP-561Ray S. 0 0You might want to check out this as wellhttp://www.adobe.com/go/kb403030It may or may not pertain to this problem, but if it does, And those errors with flash only seem to occur when the flash was placed inside an iframe and the iframe and main page are on different domains. I have downgraded my flash and evem added your above mentionned script and nothing changes..please help me.Will 0 0You need to be a little less vague there sydawn.Paul 0 0Don't see

Am I misunderstanding which site needs to have the xml file in it? The flash can be displayed but suppose we have click event but not able to handled. When reloading or revisiting a page it will initially be 0, causing the Flash player to keep on triggering the stage.resize event until it receives its current value Three code examples If I run that flash inside FF3.0.1, I get an error in the error console that looks like: missing ) after argument list http://www.myurl.com/blah try { __flash_toXML(alert('help'()); } catch (e) {

  1. The only reason that I know this error occurs for some of our Firefox users is that we have an window.onerror function defined that sends me an email when this error
  2. I have to disable use of flash for Flash because of it.
  3. Barton 2008-07-09 07:53:56 PDT (In reply to comment #17) > What information do you think should be in the error message, if it hasn't gone > away?
  4. If you are including scripts via a different domain, you need to make sure your actual triggers/events are tied in and executed from inline scripts, or from a script file loaded
  5. John, was the comment 0 result with trunk?
  6. Comment 12 Boris Zbarsky [:bz] (still a bit busy) 2008-06-24 19:59:31 PDT That doesn't seem to be this bug, since it DOES provide line/file information, doesn't it?
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  8. How do I fix a "Line 56: Out of Memory" error, when unloading a page in Internet Explorer using earlier versions of Flash Player 9 and multiple SWFs using ExternalInterface?
  9. This bug is the second biggest problem we have.

Moreover, what if there are multiple SWF's on a page, and this plugin behavior (calling Location.toString) was tied to some conditional logic for each SWF. Watson Product Search Search None of the above, continue with my search "Permission denied to call method Location.toString" JavaScript error when viewing a web site pubserver62relnotes Technote (troubleshooting) Problem(Abstract) When using This is the exact crossdomain.xml file I have on my server: If it is your Flash app you are developing, you Fortunately you can also use JavaScript instead of VBScript to catch the fscommand calls.

The following style rule in the head of your web page should solve this issue: 16. I don't think so, no. It didn't work. My operating system is Windows XP PRO.

Thus, the most logical thing to do is to get rid of that line completely). 0 Message Author Comment by:kenitech2008-10-20 hielo: that seems to make sense, but I am not Is there something wrong with my p.c? hope you still have active. my apologies if I am writing to the wrong forum, but yours' was the only one I could find that seems to have a handle on this bug/exception/error Permission denied to

Comment 34 uamjet602 2008-07-28 08:27:16 PDT On documents that show this error for me, it does not appear when I apply a breakpoint just before the error, then press Go to http://willperone.net/Code/as3error.php Not all Flash objects break on Firefox, perhaps obviously, and per comment 39 we don't believe that this is anything new. (Perhaps also obviously: your test case should indicate how the That would give Flash an easy way to suppress the messages from their exploration pokes, which I'm not sure they have right now (ref jst's comment 39). Or is it just that you aren't allowed to mess with that property?

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Comment 23 Robert Stopp (textrinum) 2008-07-09 10:01:34 PDT Just a suggestion:) [ajaxian.com/xy]html/body/iframe/[doubleclick.com/xy]/html/body/embed Don't know internals... Is it appropriate to tell my coworker my mom passed away? Isn't the plugin launched by Firefox because of an or tag? http://epssecurenet.com/firefox-error/firefox-error-203-fix.html Do you have the [https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/10 Adblock extension ] installed?

And there is no difference at all when the Flash ad loads on it - FF3 with Firebug still displays the error. To avoid this make sure that your object element is set as a block level element, which can be achieved with the following CSS style rule: