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patrickjansen says

I’m fumbling with checkPolicyFile and want to test out if the MP3 player I’m working on will accept/work with the http://activeden.net/crossdomain.xml file? I’m trying from my own server linking to indvidual track pages on audiojungle but always get a SecurityError: Error #2122 … with message “A policy file is required, but the checkPolicyFile flag was not set when this media was loaded.”.
I’m loading AD crossdomain.xml in the swf on my own server but since the crossdomain.xml only contains access from envato networks/domains it won’t do any good testing it on my own server, is there any way to test it out somehow?

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Emroni says

Unless your server is listed in that XML , no, not a chance

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MSFX Moderator says
Unless your server is listed in that XML , no, not a chance

lol Lance has got his site there lol :P

The easiest way to test crossdomains etc is to just buy a super cheap domain for $1 per year and point them both to the same name server so although they are in the exact same folder on the server through your browser you access domainA.co.uk and your file tries to load files from domainB.co.uk… this is how I tested a few things before :)

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