Firefox Error This Page Requires Ac_runactivecontent.js
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Add your answer Source Submit Cancel Report Abuse I think this question violates the Community Guidelines Chat or rant, adult content, spam, insulting other members,show more I think this question violates Strange and frustrating. I would never be a customer of any web product which would send my viewers some retarded message that they would rightly know nothing about. Page requires a secure connection?
The website is a major international site so I doubt they would forget such a key step. I was looking here to see if other people have also problems with the store like some people from the German site have. I'm using Google Chrome, but I also get the error in IE9, Firefox and Opera.
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- If you use Adobe Flash CS to publish Flash a SWF file and copy the code generated by Flash CS to your HTML file, you may get the error message "This
- it sounds like one of its libraries has gone missing.
- I have a swf that loads inside a container, and the container resizes to the browser width and height.
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The code change worked, but only after I manually added “/mousecliks.swf" to the browsers' address fields [Safari & Firefox].What I want to accomplish is to have my website http://www.mousenstein.com open with You just have to do some digging and it's the easiest way. Re: the error msg. "This page requires AC_RunActiveContent.js" appears when I enter my URL in a browser John Waller Dec 30, 2010 1:45 AM (in response to mrczex) Try changing/index.html//mousecliks.swfto/mousecliks.swfin the The code change worked, but only after I manually added “/mousecliks.swf" to the browsers' address fields [Safari & Firefox].What I want to accomplish is to have my website http://www.mousenstein.com open with
If you can run it in a different browser, then it is most likely a problem with your browser - you can reinstall or wait a couple of days to see Without any changes or updates on my part, I have sometimes normal access to the store, then it does not finish loading the site, it gives me the already mentioned error I was looking here to see if other people have also problems with the store like some people from the German site have. Please type your message and try again.
Show 3 replies 1. Advanced Search Forum Flash Help ActionScript 2.0 This page requires AC_RunActiveContent.js. You can only upload photos smaller than 5 MB. Works perfect in Firefox though.
In my post I promised to share the long version of the story, so here it is in list form for easier following. navigate here Depends on what you're trying to say and how quickly you can say it. It is starting already at 15:00. Any other suggestions?
Now it is 17:45 and I am getting the AC_RunActiveContent.js error. Just an FYI, the regular tech section (right below "general") at the top of the forums, seems to get a lot more attention from some techy people and also gurus, you Just an FYI, the regular tech section (right below "general") at the top of the forums, seems to get a lot more attention from some techy people and also gurus, you Check This Out Reply With Quote 04-01-2011,07:17 AM #18 123flash123 View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date Apr 2011 Posts 1 Originally Posted by ctracy33 I am new to flash programming and
Here's hoping we won't see the error tomorrow but who knows? 1 This discussion has been closed. To fix this problem: The Adobe Flash CS will create an "AC_RunActiveContent.js" file when publishing Flash SWF. I've got Adobe AIR, Adobe Shockwave, Adobe Reader (hehe), Java and of course Flash.
Can anyone help?
Feel free to read the following but this problem is not actually resolved. As soon as I take the java script off the server it aligns to the top again which is great but the Warning message appears again. Thanks Reply With Quote 10-15-2008,07:12 PM #12 sfncook View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Junior Member Join Date Oct 2002 Posts 2 This is stupid. thanks Reply With Quote Quick Navigation ActionScript 2.0 Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Flash Help Newbies & General flash questions Flash for
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