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Flash® Player 10 Read Me
Using the Debug and Release versions of
Adobe Flash Player in Adobe Flash CS4 Professional
Adobe® Flash® CS4 Professional software includes an integrated debugger. To use this feature,
you need to use debug-enabled versions of the Adobe® Flash® Player runtime. The debug
versions of Flash Player are identical to the non-debug-enabled (release) versions, except that
the debug versions contain additional code to communicate with Flash CS4 Professional.
To facilitate development and debugging, the Flash CS4 Professional installer installs debug
versions of the ActiveX control and/or plug-in into your browser application directory by default.
Note that the versions of Flash Player that are available from the Flash Player Download Center,
Auto-Update notification, and Express Install are the release versions; debug versions are
available with Adobe tools and from the Adobe Flash Player Support Center. Any future updates
to the release and debug versions of Flash Player will be made available from the Adobe Flash
Player Support Center.
Flash CS4 Professional includes digitally signed installers and players for the plug-in, ActiveX
control, and the stand-alone (projectors) files so you may freely switch between debug and
release authoring modes. The digital signature certifies that the files are authentic and free of
After installation, the Players directory on Windows® (Program Files/Adobe/Adobe Flash CS4/Players)
and the Players directory on Mac (Applications/Adobe Flash CS4/Players) operating systems have the
These directories contain the files that will be used by the authoring tool to create projectors or view
standalone content. The versions of Adobe Flash Player that are placed here by the Flash CS4
Professional installer are the debug versions.
Adobe Flash Player 10 Read Me.htm - This Readme file.
FlashPlayer.exe, Flash Player.app - Thi