Some of you may not like the solution (including me) but sometimes you need a little hack to make things work for you. In my case I required a constructor of property declared under custom namespace but not defined (null). Normally, you would go for describeType(), but guess what, yeah it just does not describes properties with namespace other than public. While there was nothing better in my mind than passing some unexpected value and expect what happend I decided to go for it. Luckily an exception was thrown with correct constructor name.
After latest SyntaxHighlighter plugin update (version 2.3.8), there suddenly appears error window while mouse moving over SyntaxHighlighter code:
Error #2044 & text=Error #2036 Load never comple
The problem is in clipboard.swf file loading as icon (copy to clipboard). There are more people complaining on this error behaviour, and there is a simple fix. Replace this file in your wordpress:
For this one clipboard.swf. And its working nicely again.
When creating flash / flex application for facebook, Application Type “Desktop” will work for you just fine, even when your app is deployed. My app is both embedded via iframe in facebook and standalone application (not in facebook). First I tought desktop mode is just to test my app locally and when finished, I should switch to web type. But guess what, after switching to “Web” type, my standalone application refused some actions (upload photos etc.), resulting in error:
error_code: 104 error_msg: Incorrect signature
So, I switched back to “Desktop” and both iframe and standalone applications works fine. 🙂 Correct me if I am wrong, but it seems, desktop application type works for facebook flash / flex api in all cases.
Flex Builder already appears to be running. Running two copies of Flex Builder at the same time is not recommended. Are you sure you want to continue? [ Ok ]
… and you do not see one? In windows, open task manager, find javaw.exe and end task.
When you keep getting:
Flex Error #1034: Type Coercion Failed: Cannot Convert *** to mx.core.IFlexDisplayObject
… after using getDefinition() method, in my case:
// url = "../some.swf" var request:URLRequest = new URLRequest(url); var context:LoaderContext = new LoaderContext(); context.applicationDomain = new ApplicationDomain(ApplicationDomain.currentDomain); loader = new Loader(); loader.contentLoaderInfo.addEventListener(Event.COMPLETE, assetsComplete); loader.load(request, context); ... // assetsComplete() var applicationDomain:ApplicationDomain = assetsLoader.contentLoaderInfo.applicationDomain; var assetsClass:Class = applicationDomain.getDefinition("Assets") as Class; ...
The problem is, in fact, the security not coercion! Try move your .swf (the one that is beeing loaded) into the same directory where master .swf file is located.