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    Banned By GMF Wannabe Gambini's Avatar
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    I know the transparent parameter doesn't work on Netscape, but can anyone tell me if it works with IE on Apple Macs?

    Thanks in Advance

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    This will work on IE

    This will work on IE 5.5 and above only tested on windows
    <param NAME="wmode" Value="Transparent">
    Not sure if it will work with macs and it will defenetly not work wiht N4 or N6. Dont know about N7 Which cam out yesterday i think.
    Hope this helps

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    D'OH!
    Forgot to change the brakets. ehehhe

    (param NAME="wmode" Value="Transparent")

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    Could somebody using a Mac please try it and let me know!

    Thanks.

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    C'mon - somebody must be on a Mac!

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    ANY mac user - Pleeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaase!

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    Originally posted by Gambini
    ANY mac user - Pleeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaase!
    I'll be happy to help. Tell me what to do & I'll give it a go.
    I've never used "transparent parameters".

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    Ok, thanks, dude. Simply add the following parameter in the html page that your flash file is embeded:

    param NAME="wmode" value="transparent"

    Just paste in under the other param fields such as Quality etc.

    This works on IE only and thus far, I only know that it works on PC's - it should make the bg of the flash movie transparent, and I need to know if it works when viewed on a mac!


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    I'll get to it. Promise

    Apologies for the delay. I will get to it today. As soon as I do I'll get back to you.

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