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Camera privacy settings dialogue - Macromedia Flash Player

Hi, I'm developing a kiosk application for an exhibition and part of it requires a Camera to be used to capture a still image of the user. The finished application will be set to autorun at the beginning of the day so that the exhibit curators/supervisors will not have to do anything to set it up. This is where my problem lies in that on startup of the application, the flash player dialogue pops up asking whether to allow the Flash Player access to the Camera. In need to find out how to prevent this from happening. I'm authoring in ...

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    Default Camera privacy settings dialogue

    Hi,

    I'm developing a kiosk application for an exhibition and part of it requires a
    Camera to be used to capture a still image of the user. The finished
    application will be set to autorun at the beginning of the day so that the
    exhibit curators/supervisors will not have to do anything to set it up. This is
    where my problem lies in that on startup of the application, the flash player
    dialogue pops up asking whether to allow the Flash Player access to the Camera.
    In need to find out how to prevent this from happening.

    I'm authoring in Macromedia Flash MX 2004 Professional, then using the
    exported .swf file in Flash Studio Pro to create an executable application
    (this is because the application required so additional add-on functionality
    that Studio Pro provides).

    Any help much appreciated.

    Thanks

    leslieq Guest

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    Default Re: Camera privacy settings dialogue

    just check the "save" checkbox to make the player remember the "allow"
    setting.
    works fine with me


    "leslieq" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
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    > Hi,
    >
    > I'm developing a kiosk application for an exhibition and part of it
    requires a
    > Camera to be used to capture a still image of the user. The finished
    > application will be set to autorun at the beginning of the day so that the
    > exhibit curators/supervisors will not have to do anything to set it up.
    This is
    > where my problem lies in that on startup of the application, the flash
    player
    > dialogue pops up asking whether to allow the Flash Player access to the
    Camera.
    > In need to find out how to prevent this from happening.
    >
    > I'm authoring in Macromedia Flash MX 2004 Professional, then using the
    > exported .swf file in Flash Studio Pro to create an executable application
    > (this is because the application required so additional add-on
    functionality
    > that Studio Pro provides).
    >
    > Any help much appreciated.
    >
    > Thanks
    >

    perry Guest

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