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    ProgressEvent.PROGRESS issue... it only shows when it is 100%...

    Hello everyone,
    I am having issues with ProgressEvent.PROGRESS...

    I read somewhere that it might be some kind of problem with windows 7, but not sure...
    http://www.uploadify.com/forum/#/dis...n-windows-7/p1

    So i came here for further help...
    It just doesnt work, there is not "progress" it only works when it is 100% done.

    Here is the code:
    Code:
    var assetLoader:URLLoader = new URLLoader();
                assetLoader.load (new URLRequest("http://www.whatever/file.txt"));
                assetLoader.addEventListener (ProgressEvent.PROGRESS, progressHandler);
    
    function progressHandler (event:Event):void
                {
                    var percentLoaded:Number = event.currentTarget.bytesLoaded/event.currentTarget.bytesTotal;
                    percentLoaded = Math.round(percentLoaded * 100);
                    trace("Loading: "+percentLoaded+"%");
                    txt.text = percentLoaded+" %";
                }
    The funny thing is that it actually shows on the trace, but when i put it on the web, no progress showing the percentage loaded.

    Kind regards,
    Cheers,
    Leo.

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    Try a bigger file. It's possible there is no "progress" to speak of.
    Also, you should be getting an error since your progressHandler is expecting an Event and assetLoader is broadcasting a ProgressEvent.

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    Yeap, makes sense since i am using a 156kb file.
    Thanks for the tip.
    Regards,
    Leo.

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