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    If anyone can explain this I'd be very grateful. http://www.jazzcorner.com/jazzsites.html

    If you view this page in IE on a mac chances are you'll get the weird screen drawing problems that I and many others see. I have tried saving this swf as a flash 4, 5, and file. I works fine in Netscape for mac and in both browsers on Windoze.

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    Yep. I've experienced the same thing. Try unchecking the 'compress movie' option in your publish settings.

    pixelboy

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    Thanks Pixelboy but no luck. As I mentioned, I've tried saving it as a flash 4 and 5 (which don't have the compress movie option) and have also opened and saved the swf in flash mx and flash 5.

    Wondering if it's a font problem, although I used univers which is pretty common.

    maybe a graphics card problem (i have a g4 with the ati pro128) AGP slot model.

    any other ideas?

    sorry for the late response. been out of town for a week.

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    i remember the first time you posted your problem.
    it's gone?! everything looks ok, in ie5.14, nn4.78 and nn6.2.
    no more weird drawing when scrolling up and down.

    ciao
    markus

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    Thanks all for your suggestions. I think I figured it out. It was the javascript that was automatically inserted by Aftershock. I used it to generate the html when I made the page a year or so ago.

    I guess whatever script it added is no longer compatible with IE 5.

    So the moral is: don't use aftershock.

    Alli

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