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[ERROR] - Runtime Shared Library Preloading Warning

New Here ,
Jun 30, 2010 Jun 30, 2010

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Hey there guys, I have a question that probably has a very easy answer,  but after searching online for a while I couldn't figure out just how to  fix it.

Anyways the problem is this,  when I run it, it gives me this warning and then the when i click "OK" it startes playing the movie..but when i upload the content i dont see it woking


I assume I'm receiving this warning because I'm using Adobe Flash  Professional CS5 if this helps.

Thanks very much for any advice you guys have.

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The warning:

Runtime Shared Library Preloading Warning

Your content will not stream.  Runtime Shared Library (RSL) preloading  will require all of your content to download before the first frame will  play.

To prevent this you can chane the Runtime Shared Library Library  Settings in the Advanced ActionScript 3.0 Settings dialog which can be  raised from the Publish Settings dialog.

The Runtime Shared Libraries being preloaded are:

textLayout_1.0.0.595.swz for TLF Text

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Sep 01, 2010 Sep 01, 2010

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I had the same error message.  I fixed the problem a little unconventionally.  I realized the problem was in the text of my animation so I started replacing all the text in my animation with hand written words. As I was doing this I realized that I had layered text under graphics and then put more text on top of that not only in the same timeline but also even in the same frame.  So I cleaned all of that up by clearing frames in the right spots and creating new key frames.  I'm not sure which one fixed the problem the handwriting or the cleaning up of the layered text but I don't get the error message any more!  My guess is it must have been caused by the layering of the text because that makes more sense.  Hope this helps.

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Feb 14, 2011 Feb 14, 2011

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Since my presentation requires hiding a text field behind "revealer bars", unlayering was not going to make it in my situation.  By some kind of good fortune I had another FLA file that behaved properly.  I found that it had the "Merge with code" switch set, but making that change to my current file did not correct the problem.  It appears that the flash data base became corrupted and I had to re-build the entire file from scratch.

Here is something that hints ( but doesn't admit ) that you can corrupt the fla file:

Working with Text Layout Framework (TLF) text

.  .  .  .

Converting between Classic and TLF text

When you convert a text object from one text engine to the other, Flash preserves most of the formatting. However, because the text engines are different in their capabilities, some formatting may be slightly different, including letter spacing and line spacing. Inspect the text carefully and reapply any settings that have been changed or lost.

If you need to convert text from Classic to TLF, try to do so only once rather than converting back and forth more than once. The same is true for converting TLF text to Classic text.

When converting between TLF and Classic text, Flash converts text types as follows:

  • TLF Read Only> Classic Static

  • TLF Selectable > Classic Static

  • TLF Editable > Classic Input

Until I become very certain that I am on the right path, I am saving a new sub-version of the file after every small advance in the restoration.  If something I go breaks the "streamability", I Quit without saving then start up again with the last successfully saved version.  ( I haven't yet found the "Revert to Last Saved State" menu pick.  )

Hope this helps.

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Sep 14, 2016 Sep 14, 2016

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I got the same message so I went through and checked each text box. I discovered that I had to break apart the text 2 times, making each letter like a vector image. It solved my problem, so I guess I'll keep doing it.

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Aug 02, 2017 Aug 02, 2017

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Hey there,

Since I got stuck on this and no one answered this then here is the sulotion -

Flash CS5 Tip: How to Embed Runtime Shared Library for TFL Text into SWF File

Basically in advanced actionscript 3 settings you go to library path and in there select the rexrlayout.swc and make the linkage "merged into code".

Hope this helps other people as well.

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Aug 23, 2023 Aug 23, 2023

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Thanks a lot

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