We built a Flash website for a client a while ago to market a Master's class. It was authored in Flash 8 and works fine, but one potential client can't open the site on her computer. It's obviously a case of
someone with such an ancient PC that doesn't even have the now 4 year old Flash 8. I don't want to compile a new Flash movie in a stand-alone form (in a Projector) because I don't want to if I don't have to. :-)
As a test, I put all the files (flvs, swf's, external text files) on a DVD with both the PC and Mac SA Players that come with Flash,
and uninstalled my Flash plug-ins on my computer. The site came up fine when I clicked on the SWF on the DVD. I'm on a Mac, she is on a PC I think.
My naive question is, is this a good solution, and will it work as seamlessly if she tries to open it on her ancient PC?