Use allowInsecureDomain in order to support serving the SWF over HTTPS. #130

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If the webpage is served over HTTP and the SWF is served over HTTPS, then jPlayer does not function. We need to call flash.system.Security.allowInsecureDomain("*") in order to fix it.

@happyworm happyworm was assigned Nov 2, 2013
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I will add this rule to the SWF. Thanks.

@happyworm happyworm pushed a commit that referenced this pull request Nov 3, 2013
@thepag thepag Merged insecure domain rule #130 by @prekageo 377c4a8
@happyworm

Added to dev branch.

Release note:
[dev] Added Support: Added the allowInsecureDomain("*") command to the Flash. This addition was proposed here Use allowInsecureDomain in order to support serving the SWF over HTTPS by prekageo

Cheers!

@happyworm happyworm closed this Nov 3, 2013
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