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  • Matt Taylor 826 posts 1939 karma points
    Feb 01, 2011 @ 16:31
    Matt Taylor
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    "Read more and download Pixlr crossdomain.xml here" link

    After I installed the packaged I clicked the link Read more and download Pixlr crossdomain.xml here under the datatype only to be told the page didn't exists. :(

     

  • Bjørn Fridal 274 posts 784 karma points
    Feb 01, 2011 @ 16:36
    Bjørn Fridal
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    Hi Matt,

    I am guessing they moved the page.

    You can download the crossdomain.xml file here.

    If you were looking for more information, the removed page text was:

     

    The input parameter credentials

    Due to flash security sand-box we are not able to directly load an image or post data from the flash application. To get a workaround for this the file is first sent via a proxy on our server.

    This results in additional round trips for the image and it also means that the image loads a bit slower for the user.

    To optimize this fetching and sending of files we can grant flash access to read and post data by simply adding a crossdomain.xml in your server root and add a parameter called credentials=true.

    If you set credentials to true and don't have the xml file present at your server the image will not open at all.
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