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    For some reason, I made a flash movie, loaded all the files in and media onto the server. I know how to upload movies on the net, but I never really encountered this problem before.

    http://sso8.tripod.com/SSO/index.html

    For some reason, it won't load. When I right click on it, it only has 2 options. While normally it has about 12 or 16.

    I have another flash movie on the same server and it works. Does anyone know why it won't load? Also I downloaded the freeware version of 3dfa (I'll be getting the full version soon), and I can view ALL the other flash movies on other sites made by different programs and ones by 3dfa as well.

    Help will be appreciated, thanks.

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    Originally posted by Wheeljack
    For some reason, I made a flash movie, loaded all the files in and media onto the server. I know how to upload movies on the net, but I never really encountered this problem before.

    http://sso8.tripod.com/SSO/index.html

    For some reason, it won't load. When I right click on it, it only has 2 options. While normally it has about 12 or 16.

    I have another flash movie on the same server and it works. Does anyone know why it won't load? Also I downloaded the freeware version of 3dfa (I'll be getting the full version soon), and I can view ALL the other flash movies on other sites made by different programs and ones by 3dfa as well.

    Help will be appreciated, thanks.
    I tried the following
    http://sso8.tripod.com/SSO/ssorosterpage.swf and it gives 404 not found error. This would indicate that it is not there on the server. If this i a unix server it could be caps as they matter on unix but not on windows.


    Yep that is it your file is actually
    http://sso8.tripod.com/SSO/SSORosterpage.swf

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    So your suggesting I rename the file with no caps? I have other files that have caps and they work. Odd...

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    Nice page.........

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    Originally posted by Wheeljack
    So your suggesting I rename the file with no caps? I have other files that have caps and they work. Odd...
    It doesn't matter but you should always just do it same, On UNIX systems Sso and SSO are two differen things. Your hosting company probably just is using UNIX servers.


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    Thanks, I got it to work now . You can check it out now here http://sso8.tripod.com/SSO/index.html . Btw, does it seem blurry to you? It does to me, and I have it on "no compression". Could it be that I'm using the freeware version?

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    hard to tell

    Originally posted by Wheeljack
    Thanks, I got it to work now . You can check it out now here http://sso8.tripod.com/SSO/index.html . Btw, does it seem blurry to you? It does to me, and I have it on "no compression". Could it be that I'm using the freeware version?
    Hard to tell much It's VERY dark and nearly impossible to read. You might try a different font and perhaps a little bigger type.

    The version you have is the same as the registered version expect for the redirecting to 3dfa.com.

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    Well when you read the roster pages, it has white colored text, and it seems a little blurry. The links themselves are hard to see, but this site is temporarly. But I'm more refering to the links on the side bar, text and the images. They all seem a little blurry :/ .

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