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Now here is my attempted rewrite rule:RewriteRule ^player/(.+)$ library/player.swf?path=$1 [QSA,L]When visiting the url player/path-to-file.flv, I get the swf but no video loads.

May 26, 2010 How do I decode a Base32 encoded string in Actionscript? share|improve this answer answered Mar 31 '11 at 20:14 MitMaro 3,20421645 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign GreenSock was an order of magnitude easier. at Error$/throwError() at flash.net::URLVariables/decode() at flash.net::URLVariables$iinit() at flash.net::URLLoader/flash.net:URLLoader::onComplete() Reply With Quote October 3rd, 2007,05:03 PM #2 Zomis View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage 75 posts Registered User I found the

So if you want the safe way use TEXT and than process that, like others said. more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed The time now is 04:51 PM. navigate to this website View 4 Replies Flash :: How To Decode Utf8 String In AS3 Feb 3, 2011 My AS3 Flash loads some file that is a JSON with some special characters : quelques

That being said, what are you passing back? A better way to evaluate a certain determinant How do computers remember where they store things? on how to pass a query string into my SWF, but it isn't working. So I believe that the problem is that FP10 is throwing the correct IOError for the TEXT format but NOT for the VARIABLES format.

The moment you change the return format to TEXT, everything works fine because the HTML formatted error page is processed just fine as TEXT. In AS3 though things are different. The page where the SWF resides is an ASPX page, and this is the code I used:Code: Select all

I have changed URLLoaderDataForma.VARIABLES to TEXT but still same error occurs. It seems the answer marked correct above is not a sufficient answer because it only suggests a possible solution. Reply With Quote January 14th, 2010,10:42 PM #8 viaria View Profile View Forum Posts 3 posts Registered User this solved mine to, thanks.. Hope this helps Maverick www.it-maverick.com Reply With Quote 06-15-2010,03:51 AM #7 unknownelementx View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date Apr 2010 Posts 50 i am having the same problem, could

more textfield stuff var PHPvars:URLVariables; PHPvars = new URLVariables( loader.data ); tmp1.text = PHPvars.someText; // I tested this and it worked great. If am wrong anywhere then would like to know about it. All those out there who just ASSUME they know what they're doing, please keep your comments to yourself and stop confusing those who are genuinely looking for answers. A Shadowy Encounter Is it possible to have a habitable planet unsuitable for agriculture?

The concept of life in a human brain is weakening day after day. Why does argv include the program name?