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  • Re: Optimum Angles
    Board » Technical Support
    * Technical Support has been moved to the Dead Letter Office *
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  • Re: Optimum Angles
    Board » Technical Support
    Well obviously my clumsy attempts to find useful information from the Adobe forums for this problem has not been successful, which raises the question why the cognoscenti has not done so directly. However I am at odds with the assumption that this is a User only circumstance. My suspicions are that Adobe may be arbitrarily curtailing access to Flash versions which they deem to be out of date even though no such limitation exists within the client itself.

    The Classic client works because it does not access files from Adobe. What is needed from my point of view is a stand alone SWF version that does not require the SWZ precursor to test this hypothesis.

    This might explain why only users with computers of a certain age are affected as long as they have not actually had to clear their caches of versions that are still functional before returning to Adobe for a reload.
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  • Re: Optimum Angles
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    I am not aware of any information being volunteered here by Sailonline NavSim AB relating to whether any files under their control has changed recently concurrent with the various difficulties under discussion in this thread nor to what extent if any they are able or willing to implement remedies as needed.

    Adobe may be at the root cause of this perplexing dilemma as there are similarities found in their Forum https://forums.adobe.com/thread/723549 here.

    Although being able to decipher such geeky stuff is above my pay grade.

    Implied from what I can tell is that Adobe may have changed certain files without notice or some files may have an inherent expiration which is now out of date.

    For Example here is one excerpt that caught my eye:

    "two solutions, depending on how important are external libraries for your app(s), neither of which involves changing a single line of code.
    1. Disable framework RSLs and deploy a "fat" app
    2. Disable digest authentication for RSLs, and deploy the compiled framework SWFs along with your app. In this case, the old SWZ files are not interesting anymore, and you must deploy all the generated files, including the "framework.swf" etc."

    Even if this proves not to be relevant in fixing the problem here I believe that it does emphasize the prudence of keeping all components involved in stasis locally and not at the whim of Adobe's future inclinations.

    Anyone that is having this problem also please post your Operating System flavors & such so that it is possible to discern any pattern that may or may not exist from the User side.

    --- Last Edited by A2 at 2015-07-26 01:39:56 ---
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  • Re: Optimum Angles
    Board » Technical Support
    The problem remains the same after several weeks.

    --- Last Edited by A2 at 2015-07-26 01:41:25 ---
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  • Re: Optimum Angles
    Board » Technical Support
    avoid loading adobe.com's crossdomain.xml by hosting the swz files on your own server. Just copy the swz files to the same directory as your application and modify the RSL URLs.

    The RSL URLs are modified by removing the URL pointing to the adobe hosted site and keeping the "framework_4.5.0.20967.swz" URL.
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  • Re: Optimum Angles
    Board » Technical Support
    I punched up the Classic Client & it does load correctly. I noticed that the Framework XXX.swz file loads directly from Sailonline.org and when it is complete the XXX.swf follows.

    This is what is Not happening for the Beta Client.

    SWZ does not begat SWF
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  • Re: Optimum Angles
    Board » Technical Support
    Yes it returns

    [RSL 1 of 3]

    error #2046
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  • Re: Optimum Angles
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    # 2032 [Stream Error]

    This error indicates that the SWZ or SWF file is not being found.

    The frequently occurs if the client is not able to download the signed framework RSL (Runtime Shared Library) from the Adobe web site, and you have not deployed a local signed framework RSL. If the client has limited or not internet connectivity, be sure to deploy the local framework RSL to a location that is accessible to the client. For more information, see Using the framework RSLs.

    It can also occur if Flash Player tries to load a custom RSL that is not available. For example, if you specified only “mylib.swf” as the value of the rsl-url parameter to the runtime-shared-library-path option, but the SWF file is actually in a sub-directory such as /rsls, then you must either recompile your application and update the value of the rsl-url parameter to “rsls/mylib.swf”, or move mylib.swf to the same directory as the application’s SWF file.
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    # 2046

    This error indicates that the loaded RSL was not signed properly. In the case of framework RSLs, the framework’s SWZ file that the application attempted to load at run time was not a properly signed SWZ file. You must ensure that you deploy an Adobe-signed RSL, or be sure to use the signed framework RSLs that are deployed on the Adobe web site.
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    # 2048

    The cause of this error is that you do not have a crossdomain.xml file on the server that is returning the RSL. You should add a file to that server. For more information, see Using cross-domain policy files.

    If you are loading signed framework RSLs from the Adobe web site, you should not get this error.

    If you put the crossdomain.xml file at the server’s root, you do not have to recompile your application. This is because the application will look for that file at the server’s root by default, so there is no need to explicitly define its location.

    If you cannot store a crossdomain.xml file at the remote server’s root, but can put it in another location on that server, you must specify the file’s location when you compile the application. On the command line, you do this by setting the value of the policy-file-url argument of the runtime-shared-library-path option.

    In the following example, the RSL SWF file is located in the /rsls directory on www.domain.com. The crossdomain.xml file is located in the same directory, which is not the server’s root, so it must therefore be explicitly specified:

    mxmlc
    -runtime-shared-library-path=
    ../lib/mylib.swc,
    http://www.mydomain.com/rsls/myrsl.swf,
    http://www.mydomain.com/rsls/crossdomain.xml
    Main.mxml
    ---------------------------
    Requested Resource Not Found

    You might find this error in your web server logs. If you deploy the RSL SWF file to a location other than that specified when you compiled the application, then you will get an error similar to this when the application tries to run.

    The solution is to either recompile your application and correct the deployment location of the RSL SWF file or to move the RSL SWF file to the location that the application expects.
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  • Re: Optimum Angles
    Board » Technical Support
    Perhaps a different approach to this problem in order. The Race (beta) Client has worked well for over 3 years on my machine. For whatever reason it does not assemble correctly for me anymore. I do not know if all these necessary components come from SOL itself or some of it is from a 3rd party.

    Would it be possible to package All of it together so that it could reside on my hard drive & only need to task SOL for the individual races plus the weather as needed ?
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  • Re: Optimum Angles
    Board » Technical Support
    Here is the HTTP Archive (HAR) file it created for windy/run/848
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Tall Ships Races 2024 - Klaipeda to Helsinki

Welcome to the first of three virtual Tall Ships Races on the Baltic Sea which are being organized in-real-life by Sail Training InternationalThis first race is from Klaipeda, Lithuania to Helsinki, Finland; circa 240nm in Sailonline’s stately fanciful Full Rigger.
NOTE: Starts and Finishes in tall ships racing are always offshore to avoid conflict with shipping and shipping lanes.
Race #1811
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Haida Gwaii 2024


We will end the second quarter of the ARCH competition with a 390nm race around the Haida Gwaii islands (literally "Islands of the Haida people"), also known as the Queen Charlotte Islands. This is an archipelago located on the northern Pacific coast of Canada. In SOL, we last raced on this route in 2012 and few people remember what happened there. Prepare your Riptide 50 well, it's going to be a lot of fun.
Race #1819
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Pantaenius Shetland Race 2024 - Leg 2

After the thrill of the first leg, we don't linger long in Lerwick, Shetland. Following brief but joyous celebrations, it's time to set sail again for the second leg of the 2024 Pantaenius Shetland Race, heading back to the stunning shores of Bergen, Norway. Covering another exhilarating 190 nautical miles, the North Sea promises more excitement, challenges, and strategic sailing. With the high-performance Finngulf 43, crafted by Farr Yacht Design, the competition will be fierce. Whether you're chasing victory or savoring the journey, this leg is sure to captivate. Let the adventure continue!
Race #1816
INFO from brainaid.de
Finngulf 43 PARTICULARS
WX Updates:
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Ranking: SYC - SHE
RACE CLOSE: Saturday,
June 29 at 2300 UTC.
Race starts: Jun 23rd 08:00 Registration Open!
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Newport Bermuda Race 2024


The 636-mile biennial Newport Bermuda Race is one of the oldest regularly scheduled ocean races, and with the Fastnet Race and the Sydney to Hobart Race, it is one of the three great classic races of the yachting world. Founded in 1906, this 53rd running of the Bermuda Race can again also be participated in online.
Entries are invited for one of the four divisions:
Double-Handed Division:
Jeanneau Sun Fast 3600
St. David's Lighthouse Division:
Santa Cruz 52
Gibbs Hill Lighthouse Division:
Judel Vrolijk 62
Finisterre Division:
Riptide 50
Details for each yacht are available in the ‘Particulars’ links below. As in real life, you can only sail one boat in one division, so choose your virtual yacht carefully, and because of the unusual (for SOL) 4-division nature of the event, please note results will not count towards any Sailonline rankings.
Race #1808
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Sun Fast 3600 PARTICULARS
Santa Cruz 52 PARTICULARS
Judel Vrolijk 62 PARTICULARS
Riptide 50 PARTICULARS
WX Updates:
0430 / 1030 / 1630 / 2230
Ranking: None
RACE CLOSE: Friday,
July 5 at 2300 UTC.
Race starts: Jun 21st 17:05 Registration Open!
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Pantaenius Shetland Race 2024 - Leg 1

Are you ready for an adventure like no other? Set sail from the breathtaking outer Korsfjorden, Norway, to the wild Shetland Isles in the electrifying first race of our exciting two-race Shetland Series! This year's race spans just shy of 190 nautical miles and features the cutting-edge Finngulf 43, crafted by Farr Yacht Design for ultimate performance and excitement. Sailonline is ecstatic to buddy up with this iconic race, a true gem for our sailing community. Seasoned sailor or enthusiastic newcomer, prepare for unmatched thrills, strategic challenges, and the pure joy of the open sea. The adventure awaits—dive in!
Race #1815
INFO from brainaid.de
Finngulf 43 PARTICULARS
WX Updates:
0430 / 1030 / 1630 / 2230
Ranking: SYC - SHE
RACE CLOSE: Tuesday,
June 25 at 2300 UTC.
Race starts: Jun 19th 11:00 Registration Closed
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Nine Islands Nine Lights TIMED Race 2024

Nine Islands, Nine Lights beckons adventurers and sailors to the azure waters surrounding Ibiza and Formentera for an exhilarating timed sailboat race like no other. Set against the backdrop of the Balearic archipelago, this event promises a thrilling test of skill, strategy, and sheer adrenaline as participants navigate their J-122 sailboats through a mesmerizing course. This is a TIMEDrace, so you may RE-REGISTER HEREto try again after finishing a run. You will have 13 days and 11 hours to show your skill and decision making after the race opens.
Race #1818
INFO by brainaid.de
J-122 PARTICULARS
WX Updates:
0430 / 1030 / 1630 / 2230
Ranking:
TRQ2 - TRCH - SUPSOL - SYC
RACE CLOSE: Saturday,
29 June at 23:00 UTC
Race starts: Jun 16th 12:00 Registration Open!
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Auckland to San Francisco 2024


Welcome back to Auckland as we continue our Round The World voyage. This 5600 nautical miles race from Auckland to San Francisco, first sailed in 2023, is the third leg of the RTW, proposed by SOLer ita10267. It is also the June edition of this year's Ocean Championship. Our boat is the Swan 65, as in all RTW races this year.
PRIZE: SMPF
Race# 1790
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Swan 65 PARTICULARS
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Ranking: OCQ2 - OCCH - RTW - SUPSOL - SYC
Race starts: Jun 03rd 11:00 Registration Closed
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