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New Here ,
Jul 04, 2017 Jul 04, 2017

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Bonjour ,

Lorsque que je vais sur votre page de téléchargement du lecteur Flash j'ai cette indication:

"Note : Adobe Flash Player est déjà installé mais il est désactivé. Cliquez ici pour en savoir plus." (voir screenshot 1)

Or Flash est bien activé dans mon navigateur internet (Voir schreenshot 2)

De plus:

J'ai réalisé une carte heuristique (carte mentale) à l'aide de Freeplane, je l'ai exporté en Flash et je me trouve avec :

- un fichier map.html

- un dossier (map.html_files) contenant : un fichier "flashobject.js", un fichier "map.mn", un fichier "visorFreeplane.swf"

Normalement (d'après les tutoriels que j'ai vu) en cliquant sur le fichier map.html ça devrait ouvrir une page web avec

- une sorte de lecteur pour carte heuristique:

- et la carte elle même

Mais moi, je n'ai que le lecteur et la page est ...désespérément blanche.( Voir schreenshot 5)

Si je mets le fichier map.html danas le même dossier que les trois autres ("flashobject.js", "map.mn", "visorFreeplane.swf")

je précise que tous mes autres fichiers html ou swf s'ouvrent correctement et que java/flash sont à jour

voila, si il y a des bonnes âmes avant que je sombre dans une profonde dépression...

Merci d'avanceScreenshot 1.jpgScreenshot 2.jpgScreenshot 3.jpgScreenshot 4.jpgScreenshot 5.jpg

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Adobe Employee ,
Jul 04, 2017 Jul 04, 2017

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Hi,

Please prove these details :

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New Here ,
Jul 05, 2017 Jul 05, 2017

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Windows 7 (64 bits)

Chrome version 59.0.3071.115 (64bits)

Flash version : 26.0.0.131


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Adobe Employee ,
Jul 05, 2017 Jul 05, 2017

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Hi,

Please go through Enable Flash Player for Google Chrome

Also, Please try the following:

  • launch chrome
  • navigate to chrome://flags/#prefer-html-over-flash
  • The flag is most likely set to Default
  • change the flag to Disabled
  • relaunch Chrome
  • Does Flash content display now?

Thanks!

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New Here ,
Jul 05, 2017 Jul 05, 2017

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Still doesn't work .....

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Adobe Employee ,
Jul 10, 2017 Jul 10, 2017

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Based on the screenshot, the file you are attempting to view is a local file (from your local hard-drive), not a website.  Loading local SWF content was disabled by default in Flash Player 23.  From the Release Notes Flash Player 23 AIR 23​:

Disabling local-with-filesystem access in Flash Player by default

Beginning with Flash Player 23, local-with-network permissions will now be applied to all local SWF content, regardless of the preference chosen at compile time.

Background:
When playing Flash (SWF) content from local filesystem, developers have historically been able to configure content to exclusively read from the filesystem, or communicate to the network. When this functionality was introduced over a decade ago, it enabled an interesting array of use-cases ranging from simple games to interactive kiosks. In context of modern web security, we believe that it is time to retire local filesystem functionality in the browser plugin. At the same time, Adobe AIR has been established as a robust, mature solution for delivering ActionScript-based content as a standalone application.

Vast majority of Flash Player users and content will be unaffected by this change. This change only impacts Flash content played from the local filesystem, using the browser. Flash content hosted on the internet and local webservers, as well as the Standalone Flash Player remains unaffected.If you are a user who requires this functionality, these files can be added to the list of Trusted Locations in Flash Player.

Workarounds for Legacy Content:
We highly recommend that you only circumvent these controls to enable content from sources that they trust.

For Individuals:
For Internet Explorer, Edge, Firefox, Opera and Safari:
On the affected system, go to the Flash Player Settings Manager:
• Mac: System Preferences > Flash Player
• Windows: Control Panel > Flash Player
Select the Advanced tab
In the Developer Tools section, click the Trusted Location Settings button
Click the "Add..." button and add relevant files and folders to the list


For Google Chrome (and other PPAPI browsers):

Navigate to the Settings Manager page
Choose Edit Locations > Add Locations from the popup list
In the text field that appears, type or paste the file/folder path that you'd like to trust
Click the "Confirm" button
Note: Please be aware that the "Browse for files" and "Browse for folder" buttons do not function properly. You must manually type or copy/paste your path into the text field above the buttons to add the file or folder to the trusted list.

For System Administrators:
The legacy behavior can be restored by applying the EnableInsecureLocalWithFileSystem=1 flag to mms.cfg.

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