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Local flash virtual tour cannot load in browsers

Update:2017-05-16Views:2631
 Answer:

Step 1:If you cannot preview it(IE in default), and please install flash player in IE browser, so please click this link, and find the flash player for IE core, and install it :   https://get2.adobe.com/flashplayer/?no_redirect

 

STEP2: If you are using chrome browser, since chrome55 version does not have build-in flash, you need to update it by yourself. please check the attached picture to input chrome://components/ in chrome, and find the Adobe Flash Player, and click check for update.

STEP3:The problem may be  caused by security upgrade of Flash player, please refer to official notes below from Adobe Flash Player.

 

Flash Player 23 has disabled local-with-filesystem access by default

This change only impacts Flash content played from the local filesystem, using the browser. Flash content hosted on the internet and local web servers, as well as the Standalone Flash Player remains unaffected. If you are a user who requires this functionality, these files can be added to the list of Trusted Locations in Flash Player.

 

———————————————For Windows—————————————————

For Individuals:
For Internet Explorer, Edge, Firefox, Opera and Safari:
On the affected system, go to: Control Panel > Flash Player > Advanced > Developer Tools > Trusted Location Settings
Click the icon and add relevant flash files, folders or disk drivers to the list.

Flash Setting non PPAPI.png

For Google Chrome (and similar PPAPI browsers):

Navigate to the 
settings manager page
Choose Edit Locations > Add Locations from the list.

Flash Setting PPAPI.png

For System Administrators:
The legacy behavior can be restored by the following steps.

 

Find mms.cfg in flash player installation directory.

For 32bit Windows C:\Windows\System32\Macromed\Flash\mms.cfg

For 64bit Windows C:\Windows\System32\Macromed\Flash\mms.cfg and C:\Windows\SysWOW64\Macromed\Flash\mms.cfg

 

Open mms.cfg with text editor and add EnableInsecureLocalWithFileSystem=1 flag to it, save and close editor. Note that both files in 64bit Windows need to do this modification. If you can't find mms.cfg in those directories, right click to new one.

 

—————————————————For Mac—————————————————

For Safari and Firefox

Go to: System Preference > Flash Player > Advanced > Developer Tools > Trusted Location Settings

Click "+" to add relevant flash files, folders or disk drivers to the list.

Usually /Application and /Users are suggested to add to the list.


For Google Chrome

Navigate to the settings manager page
Choose Edit Locations > Add Locations from the list.

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