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Later on Adobe Air said it needed to be updated so I clicked OK, but the update hung and would not finish.
After that my Flash player said it needed to update and did the same thing.
It was written in Action Script, but unfortunately I couldn’t find any occurrence of it online.
After a long time searching, I found another gem: David Tucker’s AIR API – Performing Updates in Java Script.
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Starting with version 456.0.1 Scratch needs a newer version of Adobe Air, whitch isn't available for linux afaik.
You can download version 455 from https://edu/scratchr2/static/sa/Scratch-455That is the latest version I did get to work, updating it is not possible, so one has to put up with the annoying "A newer versio of Scratch is available" popup when you start the program, but updating fails with the error message you reported.
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It was good to meet Mike Chambers in person and ask about “cache object is too large to persist to store” errors when developing with Adobe AIR on Macs (this was then solved with the latest Apple OS X upgrade), and to have the possibility to ask Mike and Kevin Hoyt about some of my Adobe AIR ideas and if they were actually possible to realize.