Constantly updating flash
We’ve also recently released betas for Flash Player and AIR on labs.With version 19 we’re introducing concurrency on i OS, new vector and array APIs, and more.
Documentation can be found in the README on Git Hub and on the Google Code pages.
If you use Swf Object 2.3, you can have high confidence that your content will load appropriately with all modern browsers.
After an Initial AIR 20 installation from a Side Car, launching the package results in Mac OS X “blessing” the Adobe AIR Installer that sits next to it.
Hence forward, Mac OS X remembers this application as the default launcher for an package.
Now when you uninstall AIR 20, install AIR 19, and then try to launch an package, this attempt fails because the Adobe AIR Installer that is a 64-bit binary is unable to load the AIR Runtime that is now a 32-bit binary again.
That Adobe AIR Installer (version 20) keeps its precedence over the Adobe AIR Application Installer (version 19) that is present at The solution to this issue is to simply delete the directory that contains the Side Car package and Adobe AIR Installer so that this 64-bit binary longer exists.
This is truly a deep dive into the workings of Flash Player and browser detection.
For those that merely want our recommended best practice to embed Flash Player in your HTML code, the answer is simply use Swf Object 2.3.
By Eric Simenel This tech note addresses the problems that you may face when attempting to downgrade from AIR version 20 to an older AIR version.