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How to be rid of pop up Action Script Error?

Aug 12, 2015

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I have a problem with a pop up which just started yesterday. It is Adobe Flash Player Action Script Error and it lists a bunch of errors and says at the bottom Dismiss all  in one box and Continue in another box. I cannot just click the X to get rid of it and it stops me from doing whatever I am trying to do until I click dismiss all (which I do) and then it goes away for a while but pops up again later. I checked my version of Adobe Flash Player and I DO have the debugging version. It came automatically installed on my computer which is quite new. I would appreciate any detailed and easy to follow help that I can get. Thank you.

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I have a problem with a pop up which just started yesterday. It is Adobe Flash Player Action Script Error and it lists a bunch of errors and says at the bottom Dismiss all  in one box and Continue in another box. I cannot just click the X to get rid of it and it stops me from doing whatever I am trying to do until I click dismiss all (which I do) and then it goes away for a while but pops up again later. I checked my version of Adobe Flash Player and I DO have the debugging version. It came automatically installed on my computer which is quite new. I would appreciate any detailed and easy to follow help that I can get. Thank you.

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I am experiencing exactly the same problem in Adobe Flash Player in Internet Explorer 11, and my computer is also relatively new (bought three months ago). The problem only started in the last day or so. Could it be a problem with an Adobe Flash Player update? It seems more than coincidence that two users are having the same problem that started at the same time. If anyone can help with this, it would be greatly appreciated.

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I also just started getting some ActionScript errors in IE 11 on Win8.1.  I'm wondering if this resulted from Tuesday's (11 Aug.) Flash Player update to 18.0.0.232, which I received through Microsoft Updates.   Being IE 11 on Win 8.1, it's not like I can uninstall it and download another copy from the Adobe site instead. 

Is it possible that Microsoft inadvertently pushed the "debugger" version rather than the "standard" version???

EDIT: Running the CHECK NOW  at Flash Player Help confirms I indeed have "18.0.0.232 (debug version)"... and as noted, this was what was installed via Windows Updates on Tuesday.

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Not the same problem if your problem is not related to an embedded Adobe Flash Player in Windows 8.1.

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I am also having same problem, just started today, I have newest version of Flash Player, using Windows 8.1, Internet Explorer 11.

This is the error message:

SecurityError: Error #2148: SWF file http://p.jwpcdn.com/6/12/jwplayer.flash.swf cannot access local resource res://ieframe.dll/navcancl.htm?busted=97950. Only local-with-filesystem and trusted local SWF files may access local resources.

at flash.display::Loader/_load()

at flash.display::Loader/load()

at com.longtailvideo.jwplayer.view::View/loadImage()

at com.longtailvideo.jwplayer.view::View/_imageTimerHandler()

at flash.events::EventDispatcher/dispatchEventFunction()

at flash.events::EventDispatcher/dispatchEvent()

at flash.utils::Timer/tick()

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Aug 13, 2015

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I too have this problem.

Now the question is, will any of Adobe's geniuses read this thread and provide all of us with a fix to this very annoying bug?

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Aug 14, 2015

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I am having the same problem. What is the solution????

I have newest version of Flash Player, using Windows 8.1, Internet Explorer 11. - How can I get rid of a pop-up error message? I click Continue, the message goes away, but comes back with the same message, but sometimes with a different message. 

From Adobe Community Forum, on August 11 there was a Flash Player Update to 18.0.0.232 via Microsoft updates and that Microsoft pushed the "debugger" version rather than the standard version.  I know of other people having this problem.

I am getting the following error message:

Adobe Flash Player

SecurityError: Error #2060: Security sandbox violation: ExternalInterface caller https://content-a.akamaihd.net/JS_Syndiction/scripts/SyndPlugins/tzukPlayer.swf cannot access <unknown>.

  at flash.external::ExternalInterface$/_evalJS()

  at flash.external::ExternalInterface$/call()

  at com.hiro.streaming::AdNetworksEventsHandler/reportAdNetworkEvent()

  at MethodInfo-253()

  at com.hiro.util.bidding::BiddingArena/loadAd()

  at com.hiro.util.bidding::BiddingArena/onExternalAdNetworkReponse()

  at com.hiro.util.AS3::XMLLoader/xmlLoaded()

  at flash.events::EventDispatcher/dispatchEventFunction()

  at flash.events::EventDispatcher/dispatchEvent()

  at flash.net::URLLoader/onComplete()

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Aug 14, 2015

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Would you be able to uninstall the debug version and install the non-debug version, or would Windows stop you from doing that? If you can, here are the steps:

https://helpx.adobe.com/flex/kb/uninstalling-flash-player-debugger.html

I'm running Windows 10, and for both Explorer and Edge Flash Player is integrated, you can't run the Adobe installer. Also, the build is 18.0.0.228, maybe when Windows 10 does an update I'll also see the same issue!

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Aug 14, 2015

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Turns out there is an update waiting for me, and so I'm trying that now...

Ok, I'm on 232 now, and it's not the debug version. That of course doesn't mean that Microsoft didn't push the debug one to Windows 7 and 8 users, but at least Windows 10 is ok.

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Aug 15, 2015

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Windows 7 was never the issue... Microsoft updates do NOT touch Flash on Win7.   Win7 uses the standard installers from Adobe.

The problem is definitely with the ActiveX version on Win 8.1, which can only be installed via Microsoft.

Apparently, it would seem Win10 was likewise "spared" the issue.

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For 8.1, all we can do is wait for Microsoft to fix the issue --- they've already acknowledged it --- and hopefully, they'll push a fixed version "soon".

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Thanks for the clarification, it could be the other people having the issue were on 8.1.

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Thanks for the information. I am using 8.1. The pop-up is very very annoying to put it mildly.

How do you know Microsoft has acknowledged the problem?  What can this forum community do to elevate this problem? Any place we can call or email?

So Win 10 users are not experiencing this problem?  I've been reluctant to upgrade to Win 10 because I read somewhere that Microsoft Office 2013 (which I am using) and other software may not work on WIn 10 platform???? Any truth to that?

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Aug 15, 2015

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Here is Microsoft's article on the problem. It includes some links that I believe would let you revert to the Flash Player from last week. Or you could use Chrome for now:

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3087916

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Colin, not responsive to the OP.  The issue is with embedded versions of Adobe Flash Player in Windows 8.1, not updated versions.  The embedded versions that have debugging seem to be impervious to any attempts to remove it and since it was not installed with an update, the update cannot be removed and reinstalled.  This particular issue requires a fix from Adobe or Microsoft.

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The reply I did five months ago were to posts from other people. Hopefully you can help figure out the OP's problem.

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Thank you for your reply.  The OP reported the same problem as I am encountering, and to date I have not found a satisfactory fix.  The embedded problem is different from all others being reported.

 

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