Disable Flash Actionscript Error Messages
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error occurs. I am completely aware of the error I'm receiving, and it does not cause my application from working correctly. I simply need to disable these messages. Is there a setting in flash or a flex compiler command or something? Thanks, David. flex flash share|improve this question asked Aug 5 '09 at 6:15 David 1551211 1 Add SuppressDebuggerExceptionDialogs=1 to the mm.cfg file did it for me, see also: senocular.com/?entry=475 –Erwinus Sep 23 '14 at 1:40 flash error rails That worked for me. Thanks :) –Ruchir Sharma Sep 28 '15 at 9:00 add a comment| 2 Answers 2 active oldest votes up vote 2 down vote accepted No, unfortunately there's no such thing. Though, the errors will not be displayed to users that have the release version of the flash player installed, and not the debugger one. There's a very hot feature request for the flash player but the implementation seems far from happening: Ability to intercept system error dialogs. There are a lot of comments some heated, some sarcastic but Adobe seems to still ignore this issue. UPDATE The feature has since been implemented. Last comment says: This has been fixed with Flash player 10.1 http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/flashplayer10/features.html Global error handler The new global error handler enables developers to write a single handler to process all runtime errors that were not part of a try/catch statement. Improve application reliability and user experience by catching and handling unexpected runtime errors and present custom error messages. When using the global error handler in a SWF running in the debug player, error pop-ups will not be shown. share|improve this answer edited Sep 28 '11 at 9:11 answered Aug 5 '09 at 9:24 bug-a-lot 1,9931322 Add SuppressDebuggerExceptionDialogs=1 to the mm.cfg file did it for me, see also: senocular.com/?entry=475 –Erwinus Sep 23 '14 at 1:40 add a comment| up vo
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other Adobe products. Disabling Flash Player (Debugger) Error Dialogs Posted June 15, 2009 by senocular If you're a http://www.senocular.com/?entry=475 Flash/Flex developer, you've likely seen those Flash Player error dialogs resulting from unhandled ActionScript errors.These appear when you have the debugger version of Flash Player installed and you run a SWF with errors in the code that are not handled correctly, either through appropriate logic, try..catch script error blocks, or the correct event listeners. But what if you don't want them? First of all, you should want them when dealing with your own projects since they can help you identify bugs in your applications. But the truth of the matter is, you may not script error message always be looking at your own applications, especially when using the debugger Flash Player for everyday web surfing.Up until now, you've really only been left with uninstalling the debugger player and replacing it with a release build - that or simply using a different browser with the release build already installed for it (testing with a different browser). But I'm here today to tell you there's another option.There's an unsupported, undocumented mm.cfg file option called SuppressDebuggerExceptionDialogs which, when set to 1 (the default is 0), will prevent those dialogs from appearing in the debugger player.SuppressDebuggerExceptionDialogs=1Throw that into your mm.cfg and start browsing the web without fear of obnoxious error dialogs from lousy SWFs. « More Trevor McCauley ©2009 The views presented on this site are mine alone and do not represent my employers, Adobe Systems Inc.