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why can't we test a .fla movie in network?? Error message reads "Error creating flash player movie file".  Each time we had to copy it to our harddisk and then work. Why does this happen??????
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That's really odd. Try reinstalling Flash or replacing the .ocx's because odd problems like this happen whenever system files are corrupt.

I hope this will fix it..

-Dan
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while usig flash in network you must share the folder which contains the flash flayer to allow it to generate flash movies on other machines.
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Ah, that makes sense, he's right.
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