2 Replies Latest reply on Jul 1, 2008 8:01 AM by PabloSutra

    Problems Uploading on Firefox

    PabloSutra
      Hi, i hope you can help me, i'm making a Flash Application wich is supossed i have to upload a picture and then loaded, well the problem is that on Internet Explorer works great also on Safari but on Firefox(2 & 3) doesn't work!, I've tried a lot of things reading on Internet but nothing solves the problem, also on the crossdomain.xml adding the line:
      <allow-http-request-headers-from domain="*" headers="*"/> that i found here on this forum, please help me!
      thanks for all
      Greetings from México
      Pablo
        • 1. Re: Problems Uploading on Firefox
          Level 7
          PabloSutra wrote:
          > Hi, i hope you can help me, i'm making a Flash Application wich is supossed i
          > have to upload a picture and then loaded, well the problem is that on Internet
          > Explorer works great also on Safari but on Firefox(2 & 3) doesn't work!, I've
          > tried a lot of things reading on Internet but nothing solves the problem, also
          > on the crossdomain.xml adding the line:
          > <allow-http-request-headers-from domain="*" headers="*"/> that i found here
          > on this forum, please help me!
          > thanks for all
          > Greetings from M?xico
          > Pablo
          >

          what is the url of the problematic page?


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          • 2. Re: Problems Uploading on Firefox
            PabloSutra Level 1
            Hi, and thanks for answering, the URL is:
            http://emperador.flsikorski.com/guardias.html
            It's on Spanish but tu upload a pic just click on the words "Subir fotografia", and thats all, im giving you this URL just to avoid the login process.

            Thanks again!
            Cheers from México.
            Pablo Valencia