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Thursday, August 27th 2009, 12:41am

Offline Support — "k-non-protect"

Hi Klaus,

kprotect is good if you want to export just the player with optional plugins to put onto a CD / DVD. But what if you want to export an entire webpage project "as is" along with HTML pages, images, javascripts, et cetera... and are not worried about security ? What is your suggestion for this?

Because of offline security, if a user loads the CD / DVD but does not have an internet connection, they won't be able to access the Adobe Flash Player Settings Manager to allow the content on the disc to run. Even if the user did have access, it is a hassle to add the CD / DVD drive to the Settings Manager to allow the disc to run safely. From researching, the best way would be to write a FlashPlayerTrusts config file locally to make the CD / DVD drive content safe.

It would be great if you make something like a "koffline.exe" that takes a folder of files and have it ready for CD / DVD burning with an AutoRun EXE that writes the FlashPlayerTrusts CFG file to the user's computer. Also, how would this work for MACs?

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