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loadFile W3D object doesn't load in Shockwave

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Hello

Could someone help me to figure out what is wrong when W3D files don't load in Shockwave? When i publish a projector, everything works fine. I need the Shockwave to work from HD and CD.

I've used to call the file:

3Dscene.loadfile(the pathName & 3dmodel.W3D, false, false)

These related xtras are included in the project:

INETURL.X32
NETFILE.X32
Netlingo.X32

--Trent
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For local files in Shockwave, everything must be inside a folder named dswmedia
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