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How to allow local file access when using FDT for action script 3

Posted on 2008-10-17
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Hi Everybody,

I'm fairly new to using FDT/Eclipse for action script 3 programming.  I was wondering if perhaps anyone out there with some experience could tell me how to allow local file access?  I have been looking on the net for a while and can't find anything. Thanks for any help that can be provided.

Thank You

Mike.
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Hi, I'm not familiar with FDT but i'm assuming you'd just be writing normal AS code -
if that is the case can't you specify your security sanbox Security.LOCAL_WITH_FILE
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