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Their solution is OK but not the best. 2 other options I found that were better were SWF Object ( http://blog.deconcept.com/swfobject/), this option has a lot of other features you might like as well.
But if you are looking for a very un-intrusive solution then this link is what you should use. You just add the <script> tag at the end of your HTML code and it corrects the problem. Helped me fix over a 100 eLearning course in about an 1 hour without touching any of the existing Flash code and only adding a single line to all HTML launching files.
Also, this "patch" from Microsoft was pushed out back on April 11, 2006.
Yeah I had heard a whisper about 6 months ago that something liek this was happening, but Im not a regular visitor to MSDN. I didnt even see it on the Adobe website. Must a lot of people like me out there wondering what the heck is going on.
I read here in the comments someone from Adobe has posted and said that Adobe.com is using the SWFObject to fix this error.
So Tim all you did was add this to every page with flash and uploaded the js file?
Jeckyl thanks for the link, Ive chosen the Macromedia solution but why would the script operate out on a live server, like here:
and not on my own personal webserver?
The swf doesnt load?
Scratching my head? Do I have to confiure my personal webserver to a specific setting or something?