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Flash builder, launching multiple applications, with different custom

Flash builder, launching multiple applications, with different custom

Flash builder, launching multiple applications, with different custom

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Hello,
   In our application, we have a modified our flex SDK index.template.html to works spacifically with the main application in our project.  I am adding a flexunit
test suite in the same project and would like to launch that in it's own separate html file and can't seem to find a way to do that.    I created a separate
html file which embeds the flexunit testrunner swf file and tried to do a Run As and add a custom launch configuration that pointed at that html file
but that always launched a blank browser window.   I can launch it as a simple .swf, but we have tests in our application that rely on External Interface calls.

Thanks for any help!  

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