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January 13, 2009

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Tobias Schweers

Thanks for getting the details! Looking forward for the update :)

Tobias

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From Josh Marinacci:
"There were some issues which prevented crossdomain.xml from working properly in all cases (such as pre-6u10 vms, but other cases too). The update release coming soon will fix this."
Thanks,
Jim Weaver
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Mark Nankman

This is very useful! Thanks for sharing this with us. I was struggling with this just now, and (again) your blog provided the answer.

By the way, thanks for cheering me on to further develop that JavaFX Twitter client. I have now migrated it to the 1.0 SDK. That was a lot of work! I just posted an item about it on my blog: http://blokmark.blogspot.com/2009/01/tweetbox-migrated-to-javafx-10.html. There's a link to the application binaries too. I am curious what you think of my little app.

James Weaver

From Josh Marinacci:
"There were some issues which prevented crossdomain.xml from working properly in all cases (such as pre-6u10 vms, but other cases too). The update release coming soon will fix this."

Thanks,
Jim Weaver

Tom Hawtin

Like Flash, Java 6u10+ supports a limited form of crossdomain.xml. That does of course require the (non-origin) server to have the file present...

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