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Adobe Air for Desktop - Temp folder (windows 7)?

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May 14, 2014

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Hi there!

Just a simple question, where can I find and delete the cached internet files (Temp) related to Adobe Air Desktop on windows 7?

My Air Desktop application downloads a text file from Internet afer each run.

Now when I change the text file online, it still loads the old cached text file, and does not re-download the new text file.

Thanks a lot,

Best of all for you all

Try to use this:

var urlr : URLRequest = new URLRequest();

urlr.cacheResponse = false;

If it will not help - use another method. Add to each url something like "?nocache="+ Math.random();

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Adobe Air for Desktop - Temp folder (windows 7)?

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Hi there!

Just a simple question, where can I find and delete the cached internet files (Temp) related to Adobe Air Desktop on windows 7?

My Air Desktop application downloads a text file from Internet afer each run.

Now when I change the text file online, it still loads the old cached text file, and does not re-download the new text file.

Thanks a lot,

Best of all for you all

Try to use this:

var urlr : URLRequest = new URLRequest();

urlr.cacheResponse = false;

If it will not help - use another method. Add to each url something like "?nocache="+ Math.random();

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May 19, 2014

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Try to use this:

var urlr : URLRequest = new URLRequest();

urlr.cacheResponse = false;

If it will not help - use another method. Add to each url something like "?nocache="+ Math.random();

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Thanks a lot! Just one more thing do you know where can i locate the cached files related to Adobe Air applications in windows seven?!

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You are welcome!

You can't locate that files because they owned by Internet Explorere application.

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