I could not find an Adobe Captivate forum, so I figured since I am referring to swf and htm files, I'll give the Flash forum a shot.
I was wondering if anyone can assist me with an issue I'm having with my published captivate movies.
Currently I'm using Captivate 3. I have published a project and using a skin (captivates navigation). All of my published files (.htm, fs.htm, _skin and a Jscript file called "standard")are located in one folder (so they all can communicate).
When I select the htm file that has been generated through publishing (to view my project), I receive an Adobe Flash Player Security pop-up.
It reads, " The following local application on your computer or network:
Is trying to communicate with this Internet-enable location:
To let this application communicate with the Internet, click Settings. You must restart the application after changing your settings."
I have changed the settings on my PC and no longer have this pop-up occurring.
The problem is that I have to deliver this course over a networked environment and that mean everyone will get this pop-up if there settings is not set. Is there a universal setting that I can set to prevent the pop-up from appearing or a way for this two files to communicate.?