Today I have so many SWF file which I need to view it one by one, instead of double-click each SWF file to preview on browser, I search on google for a utility which can browse or preview SWF files. I found this site provide free utility which does the job.
I found the solution here
Flash Player 6.
instanceName A string that identifies the instance name of the new text field.
depth A positive integer that specifies the depth of the new text field.
x An integer that specifies the x coordinate of the new text field.
y An integer that specifies the y coordinate of the new text field.
width A positive integer that specifies the width of the new text field.
height A positive integer that specifies the height of the new text field.
Method; creates a new, empty text field as a child of the movie clip specified by the
MovieClip parameter. You can use the
createTextField method to create text fields while a movie plays. The text field is positioned at (
y ) with dimensions
height . The
y parameters are relative to the container movie clip; these parameters correspond to the
_y properties of the text field. The
height parameters correspond to the
_height properties of the text field.
The default properties of a text field are as follows:
type = "dynamic" border = false background = false password = false multiline = false html = false embedFonts = false variable = null maxChars = null
A text field created with
createTextField receives the following default TextFormat object:
font = "Times New Roman" size = 12 textColor = 0x000000 bold = false italic = false underline = false url = "" target = "" align = "left" leftMargin = 0 rightMargin = 0 indent = 0 leading = 0 bullet = false tabStops =  (empty array)
The following example creates a text field with a width of 300, a height of 100, an x coordinate of 100, a y coordinate of 100, no border, red, and underlined text.
_root.createTextField("mytext",1,100,100,300,100); mytext.multiline = true; mytext.wordWrap = true; mytext.border = false; myformat = new TextFormat(); myformat.color = 0xff0000; myformat.bullet = false; myformat.underline = true; mytext.text = "this is my first test field object text"; mytext.setTextFormat(myformat);
When Flash Player movie files that stream external FLV files (Flash videos) are placed on a Microsoft Windows 2003 server and then viewed in a browser, the SWF file plays correctly, but the FLV video does not stream. These files work correctly if tested on other operating systems. The issue affects all FLV files played via Windows 2003 server, including files made with the Flash Video Kit for Dreamweaver MX 2004.
This TechNote describes the steps necessary to allow Windows 2003 to stream Flash Video files.
Note: These instructions are provided as a courtesy for customers and address the issue in Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) 6.0 rather than Flash.
With IIS 6.0, Microsoft changed the way streaming media is handled. Previous versions of IIS did not require any modification to stream Flash Video. Microsoft IIS 6.0, the default web server that ships with Windows 2003, requires a MIME type to recognize that FLV files are streamed media.
Please be aware that these steps do not resolve any issue with Flash, but are a configuration step for Microsoft Windows 2003 and Microsoft IIS Server 6.0. Any difficulties in executing these instructions or any errors that may arise from modifying your system settings should be addressed to Microsoft. For more details, please refer to your IIS documentation.
- On the Windows 2003 server, open the Internet Information Services Manager.
- Expand the Local Computer Server.
- Right-click the local computer server and select Properties.
- Select the MIME Types tab.
- Click New and enter the following information:
- Associated Extension box: .FLV
- MIME Type box: application/octet-stream (some friend told me to use flv-application/octet-stream)
- Click OK.
- Restart the World Wide Web Publishing service.