When I open my swf file inside Internet Explorer, it automatically blocks the file and asks if I want to allow access. Is there anyway to avoid? ( at top )
This occurs when you are using Windows XP and have installed Service Pack 2, as Microsoft Internet Explorer's security feature prevents ActiveX objects from executing locally. This problem happens on your local PC only and once you have uploaded your flash site and view it online, the error messages will not appear.
How do I know if I have installed Adobe Flash Player? ( at top )
You can check with your Flash player versions by following this link:
How do I get Flash player if I don't have one? ( at top )
For Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox users, it will prompts you automatically to install Adobe Flash Player. Simply follow the on-screen instructions for installation.
If you are using other browsers, you can get one from Adobe's website.
Some icons and files are disappeared when I reopen A4DeskPro project. ( at top )
It is probably because your new A4deskpro is installed in a different folder with previous installation. Or you have moved some icon/ image folders. These changes may cause some graphics disappear as the directory is incorrect. Please make sure and keep the directory of all resource folders is always the same.
You can search *.a4p through your window search function. All your image and resource file will be shown.