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    Browser Problem

    Alright. I downloaded Mozilla and Mozilla Firefox and decided to see how some of my websites worked on them. I ran into a problem. About half of the sites I've made have the window mode set to transparent. I have found that the scroller I made and the scroller that came with Flash MX both don't work when the window mode is set to transparent! This seems to be a problem on Mozilla, Mozilla Firefox, and Netscape.

    Here are two links. They are the same file, but one has a transparent window and the other doesn't.

    Solid Black Window - Scrolling Works
    http://www.porkch0ps.net/Temp/dragtest2.html

    Transparent Window - Scrolling Doesn't Work
    http://www.porkch0ps.net/Temp/dragtest.html

    Does anyone have any idea of a way around this?

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    Works on NS 7.1.

    Make sure you have the latest flashplayer plugins for each browser.

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    I installed the latest flash player. I am running Netscape 7.0, Firefox 0.8, and Mozilla 1.6.

    http://www.porkch0ps.net/Temp/dragtest.html
    Works for the first time I drag, but then after that it doesn't. It changes my mouse pointer to a circle with a slash through it, and it gets all weird.

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    Hmmm, it's doing that for me too, but the arrows still make it scroll. Not sure what could be causing it, as flash is suppoded to be cross platform.

    Maybe you can find some help here:

    http://www.macromedia.com/support/flash/technotes.html

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