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Thread: browsers and absolute path

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    browsers and absolute path

    Hi!

    The problem is I used an ABSOLUTE link to load a .swf within my main movie, but it doesn't work (sort of). Here's the scenario:

    1. mymovie.html(embedded flash) + IE6.0 = not working
    2. mymovie.swf + IE6.0 = works

    but the funny thing is

    3. mymovie.html + Netscape7.0 = works

    So...is it a problem with the browser? How can I get #1 to work?
    Thanks in advance!!

    Queenie

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    Well do u have a link to the html with the embeded flash ??
    Maybe u didnt embed it right and this is where ur problem lies.

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    What HTML code did you use to embed the movie into the page? Perhaps you have an error in the object tag (used by internet explorer) which is preventing it playing, but the embed tag (used by netscape) is correct?

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    problem solved...

    Thank you for your replies!
    After I use the flash html publish file (instead of my own embed html), everything works now, even the relative path
    Thanks again!
    Queenie

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