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    Problem with 3DFA .swf file

    3DFA has been used to produce a .swf for the intro page to a website at http://www.brentwernerracing.com.

    On most browsers it plays fine (I should add for non IE browsers you don't get the .swf file as the popup menu goes behind so a plain .JPG file is used instead).

    My problem is that occasionally on some IE browsers it does not appear or play. On the same browsers I have been to other sites of mine that have Flash and they play fine. An example was at our local "PC World" store where they use what looks like a heavily modified version of IE6.

    The only difference I can detect is that the ones that play okay are directly from Flash whilst our one is from 3DFA.

    Any ideas - I hope that this makes sense and that I have supplied enough information.

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    nice site. works perfect.

    It not depends on what creator for flash you use. The SWF's are all the same.

    you need flashplayer 6 to play 3dfa v4 swf's
    visit my homepage -> ejected.de

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    Thank you

    ..for your prompt reply :-)

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    Thank you

    ..for your prompt reply :-)

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    Word of warning. The hyperlink didn't work because you have an extra full stop (period) at the end

    Looks nice after that I like the right-click effect too on the html page. Nice touch.
    Last edited by ForumNewbie; 02-14-2005 at 08:21 PM.
    Please note that my domain has changed to http://www.morganmultinational.com

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