3 Replies Latest reply on Aug 9, 2006 11:35 AM by Newsgroup_User

    swish in FF OK but not in IE

    scionxbabe
      Ive created an index page for a website in that page i have a table containing a swish (flash) file and rollovers(created in imageready) rt beside that. When i preview in Firefox it comes up smoothly. But when previewng in Internet Explorer 7 I recieve a blank area for the flash and no ability to view rollovers correctly A notice popup on top of the page saying: IE restricted the webpage for running scripts or active x control I then have to rt click to allow and then it works fine. I have tried changeing my IE settings to allow active x but recieve the same thing im just wondering if any one knows if its the browser the flash or the fact that it isnt actually "on a server on the web yet" and thats why i recieve it.
      Thanks to all for reading.

      (* when vieweing other ppl webpages containing flash on the web i dont recvieve the popup and can view it fine.)
        • 1. Re: swish in FF OK but not in IE
          Level 7
          Did you upload the Scripts folder that DW places into the root of the local
          site?

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          "scionxbabe" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
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          > Ive created an index page for a website in that page i have a table
          > containing
          > a swish (flash) file and rollovers(created in imageready) rt beside that.
          > When
          > i preview in Firefox it comes up smoothly. But when previewng in Internet
          > Explorer 7 I recieve a blank area for the flash and no ability to view
          > rollovers correctly A notice popup on top of the page saying: IE
          > restricted the
          > webpage for running scripts or active x control I then have to rt click to
          > allow and then it works fine. I have tried changeing my IE settings to
          > allow
          > active x but recieve the same thing im ust wondering if any one knows f
          > its the
          > browser the flash or the fact that it isnt actually "on a server on the
          > web
          > yet" and thats why i recieve it.
          > Thanks to all for reading.
          >


          • 2. Re: swish in FF OK but not in IE
            scionxbabe Level 1
            I would have to say no since im not sure how to do that so i must not have I know what the script and root folder is just not sure how to do what u said and thats somethig u should do w/out it actually be on the web yet? (meaining just doing a preview from DW to IE) Thanks

            (ive taken classes on this im actually a grphic major tho and needless to say the teacher did not teach anything with flash or rollovers.leaving me clueless)
            • 3. Re: swish in FF OK but not in IE
              Level 7
              Look in DW's Files panel for this site. Do you see a folder called
              "Scripts"? Select it. Upload it.

              You should see your Flash now.

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              "scionxbabe" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
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              >I would have to say no since im not sure how to do that so i must not have
              >I
              > know what the script and root folder is just not sure how to do what u
              > said and
              > thats somethig u should do w/out it actually be on the web yet? (meaining
              > just
              > doing a preview from DW to IE) Thanks
              >
              > (ive taken classes on this im actually a grphic major tho and needless to
              > say
              > the teacher did not teach anything with flash or rollovers.leaving me
              > clueless)
              >