Flash Player 8 and its new Security Model, part deux

As I’ve been checking out ADL’s forums today, I revisited the thread where the questions about how to work with Flash Player 8’s security model originally came up. Another user on the forum posted [this link to Macromedia’s DevNet](http://www.macromedia.com/devnet/flash/articles/fplayer8_security_04.html) which details how to work around the various sandbox security settings in the new Flash player. […]

Flash Player 8 and its new Security Model

This is going to be a major topic of discussion for the next several weeks, so hopefully here, among other places, we’ll have some solid answers to questions on how to best work with Flash Player 8 and your SCORM-conformant projects. Josh wrote on the [ADL Forums](http://www.adlnet.org/forums/messageview.cfm?threadid=2311&catid=70&messid=92480&forumid=2): >My concern about the new security model is […]

SCORM and Director

On Nov 9, 2005, at 5:31 PM, Flashcoder wrote: > Hi Aaron, > > Just wondering if you know if Macromedia Shockwave 10 is SCORM 1.2 > compliant? Or have any information on using Director content with > SCORM/LMS. > > P.S. I’m a long time developer using Director and Flash, but it’s > the […]

The Melbourne Declaration

I was just e-mailed a [press release](http://www.dest.gov.au/portfolio_department/news_events/media_releases_speeches/departmental_media_releases/adl.htm) regarding a recent *Advancing ADL through Global Collaboration Forum* where a number of sessions were held discussing international direction and agreed action with regard to SCORM and other advanced distributed learning technologies. **The Melbourne Declaration** summarises the outcomes of those discussions: >The U.S. Department of Defense sponsored the […]