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Thread: Page Requires AC_activeruncontent.js???

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    Page Requires AC_activeruncontent.js???

    I've got this really cool fountain animation (it's basic, but I like it...) uploaded to a googlepage, but when I upload the html file that flash automatically creates, and try and go to it, it says:

    This page reqires AC_activeruncontent.js

    Any easy way to fix this?

    (I've been doing this for a while, just upgraded to AS3 and don't know what I'm doing wrong...)

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    When you publish a swf wit flash to html, flash automatically creates an AC_RunActiveContent.js javascript file (its in hte same directory as your html file). You must upload this too. All it does is embed flash in the html file so you don't have to click to activate the flash content in Internet Explorer.


  3. #3
    Wow, ok.
    Thank you so much!

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