Using Flash Player debugger

    • Uninstall Adobe Flash Player
      Adobe recommends that you restart your computer before you install a different version of the player.
    • Download & install Adobe Flash Player Debugger
      Scroll down to Adobe Flash Player 10.2 — Debugger (or newer)
    • Optional but useful, download & install Flash Tracer (Firefox):
    • Create a file (if not created automatically) called mm.cfg with at least the following settings:
      ```MAC: /Library/Application Support/Macromedia/mm.cfg
      WIN 7: C:\Users[username]\mm.cfg
      LINUX: home/username/mm.cfg
      The logs (flashlog.txt) will be located here:
      MAC: /Users/[username]/Library/Preferences/Macromedia/Flash Player/Logs/flashlog.txt
      WIN 7: C:\Users[username]\AppData\Roaming\Macromedia\Flash Player\Logs\flashlog.txt
      LINUX: home/[username]/Macromedia/Flash_Player/Logs/flashlog.tx

    Testing if flash debugger is installed:

    • Right click on any Flash movie and you should see "Debugger" (disabled)
    • Using this code:
       <mx:application xmlns:mx="" layout="vertical" verticalalign="middle" backgroundcolor="white"><mx:string id="versionLabel">version]]></mx:string> 
          <mx:string id="isDebuggerLabel">isDebugger]]></mx:string> 
          <mx:string id="br">]]></mx:string> 
          <mx:text fontsize="16" condensewhite="true"><mx:htmltext>{versionLabel} = {Capabilities.version}{br}
                  {isDebuggerLabel} = {Capabilities.isDebugger}{br}</mx:htmltext></mx:text></mx:application> 

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