I recently got a new laptop and I decided to install Windows 7 on it. After installing Flex Builder I thought everything was ok until I needed to debug one of my projects. I got this annoying message: Waiting for Flash Player to connect to debugger. It was timing out every single time. Pretty annoying! After a couple of attempts of changing UAC settings, looking up ports etc I found a solution here. Basically what you need to do is specify where your application is running. Right click on the flash content -> Debugger, select Other Machine, enter “127.0.0.1″ and click Connect. Also make sure you have the debug player installed.
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