"Can the .swf file be in the same folder as the .swf?" Please clarify.
If you run your New index.html file with the original downloaded zipfile contents, the webpage loads correctly,
so it does not appear to be a coding problem within your .html file; it would work provided your own files
are correctly constructed and your upload follows the structure of the folders in the downloaded ZIP file,
assuming that you preserved the folder names and didn't just extract all files into one folder.
There are three folders and the second, Caurina, has a subfolder, Transitions.
However you upload JUST THE FILES from the main folder, index.html, .FLA, .SWF, .XML and .PHPs;
you also upload the folders Caurina, incorporating the subfolder Transitions (containing the .as files)
and the Scripts folder, containing the one script file, (AC_RunActiveContent.js).
If these are in order, I would be looking again at your editing of the .FLA file;
if I understand Groovicus correctly, editing the .FLA file should result in a recompiled
.SWF file, which you upload with the edited .FLA file.
What happens when you double click on your 'new' flashmo_165_pure_hd.swf. file,
independently of anything else; it should run, if it is in order, putting up the eight icons and
accessing the information behind each icon. (Does it show your new content?).
I don't know what, if any, other files have been changed, as a result of the editing process;
it follows that any such files must be uploaded to replace the originals,
not just replacement .SWF and .FLA files.
Your index page is not accessing your own flashmo_165_pure_hd.swf file;
it's either in the wrong place or perhaps incorrectly compiled, or maybe the
edit of the .FLA file needs another look.
You have time to repeat the process before the trial expires, I think.
I was looking at this information generally about Adobe Flash:http://www.adobeopenoptions.com/devnet/fla...oncept_swf.html
Did you test your SWF file before outputting.
Edited by petewills , 05 September 2010 - 10:25 AM.