We created an 8 part training with Presenter, that is to say, 8 separate Presenter presentations. We created an index presentation that has hyperlinks to each of the 8 parts. For some clients, we are burning all 8 parts to a CD with the auto-run created for the index file only. Each of the 8 parts is inside a child folder (like a sub-directory) of the index content folder. It works beautifully on my machine (vista) and on one of my colleague's machines (XP). On another colleague's machine (also an XP), each time he would click a hyperlink to go from one chapter to another, he would get the error that "Flash Player had stopped a potentially unsafe operation." That error prompts him to click "ok" or click "settings." He can click settings and select "always allow" on the flash player website, and then it works for him. If he clicks ok, the piece just goes on and plays, like we want it to :)
Is there something I can change in what we are publishing that it won't cause this error? Everything is linking to what is on the disk, and does not communicate with the internet, but I guess the way it is opening a new tab in the browser by launching a swf file causes the flash player warning.
Everyone is browsing in Firefox in the above examples.