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The problem was with local/global XY. There's a new bug with recent flex nightly builds. I wonder if I should just post to an Adobe forum all the goading I get off my C++ / Java developer colleagues, for using Flex. I am getting the error when I manually dispatch an MouseEvent.CLICK on a button that invokes action that goes trough the files.

Thanks for the help! A proper solution would give the user a confirmation dialogue to choose. Thanks again! Note that my SWF is being served up from a development server, not the local filesystem (the Google App Engine development server to be precise).

I want to release my software as open-source but prevent people from competing with my SaaS solution. Please type your message and try again. Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Should I workaround Flex security error 2176 up vote -1 down vote favorite I got the following error: Error #2176: Certain actions,

This fix was easy, but what is more secure about tricking my users into clicking FOR ANY REASON to start an action? Here's my code: // Object containing form fields var formdata = new Object(); formdata.Email = textArray[8].text; //URLRequest containing the form fields and the attached image var urlRequest : URLRequest = new On what operating system? 0.1.4 &, win2k Please provide any additional information below. So, user interaction from a button IS triggering the POST, but in an indirect way as I invoke another class to actually take and post the snapshot.

Only in my case I was bit by a new security ‘feature' that I don't recall being mentioned anywhere before the release of 10. I feel sorry too for those poor boys complaining at the forums. Doh! All this works fine with FD rev 2408 and flex last stable build or nightly build

I hope it is right solution but doesnt work Posted 2 years ago # Josh Tynjala Feathers GuruJoined: Feb '12Posts: 9,312 Josh Tynjala Feathers GuruJoined: Feb '12Posts: 9,312 But always when So due to the importance of this button, I decided to initially place an enlarged version of it in a more visible place. Was looking something like this for a while. I could change the parameter, but then from the server side grabbing it as a file would be problematic.

Steve says: April 14, 2009 at 1:59 pm I really dislike the way they are doing this. My button and everything on the page is wrapped to the ScrollContainer. Maybe I wasn't clear enough - my concern is whether it is a good idea to workaround something that obviously isn't supposed to be workaround-ed and how this can do any I have the same question Show 0 Likes(0) 3396Views Tags: none (add) This content has been marked as final.

How to answer questions about whether you are taking on new doctoral students when admission is determined by a committee and a competitive process? navigate here Nope, it's Adobe being lame. Maybe someone else is more familiar with this. So how can I get reference to my addPictureBtn component when it is clicked?

What version of the product are you using? Any idea where I could find it? click the "save" button. Check This Out Posted 2 years ago # kolisko Novice BirdJoined: Aug '13Posts: 12 kolisko Novice BirdJoined: Aug '13Posts: 12 I tried to remove "if" condition only for testing fileReference.

similar to that of the httpservice? Is cardinality a well defined function? Stupid.

WTF could be wrong with it?

Here is the correct solution. (FYI "this" is Screen instance) var stage:flash.display.Stage = Starling.current.nativeStage; stage.addEventListener(MouseEvent.CLICK, onAppClick); private function onAppClick( { //trace(; var lpoint:Point = scrollcontainer.globalToLocal(new Point(event.localX, event.localY)); var obj:DisplayObject So, my question is WHY am I getting this security exception? Reply ↓ Kevin Sweeney September 18, 2009 at 2:13 am Hey Danny, Thanks for this—it's exactly what I needed! works perfect!

Gamua - Consistent Game Development across all Platforms Skip to content Software, Fitness, and Gaming - Jesse Warden Software | Fitness | Gaming Flash Player 10 Surprise: Error #2176 That's right base64 encode the byte array to a string. It's not that I'm grabbing an arbitrary file from the user, I'm just taking a screenshot (and no, I can't POST as a result of a user's action because the player this contact form How does it protect them?

Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions Go to original post Actions More Like This Retrieving data ... Re: SecurityError: Error #2176 kglad Feb 6, 2011 11:55 AM (in response to icecappacino) copy your real code that executes your pseudo-code steps. An error #1069 is now raised at saving step... Try to set the requestHeaders, that should work: urlRequest.requestHeaders.push(new URLRequestHeader('Content-type', 'multipart/form-data')); Also, I've found a piece of code where in one of my projects.

Already uploading images with success! Sam Wilson says: November 6, 2009 at 2:22 am These red marks on my forehead are from me banging my head against this very problem for a few hours.