This content has been marked as final. Show 5 replies
I've noticed it, too. It's annoying.
Oh my god......
Really, for real?
> Oh my god......
> for real?
> Really, for real?
I need to get my pills again
Here is the caveat: it doesn't happen on my Mac, only on Windows machines.
There is a gray outline around the SWF files, and buttons need to be clicked twice to work. It is annoying as h-ll. I noticed it just started happening several months ago--did windows or IE or Flash player make a change, or did my version of Flash (Flash MX, for Mac OSX) get corrupted and start publishing wrong?
I use Dreamweaver to embed the SWF's usually.
It is affecting all of my work--makes me look bad. here is an example: http://yogawithjeanne.com/
Any response appreciated!!!!
oh boy - running for cover - google is your friend - search and you will find. Been the most
discussed topic here for months.
--> **Adobe Certified Expert**
> I thought this was just a weird setting on my browser, but every version of
> Explorer I view this in does it. When I open the site in IE there's a grey
> highlight around the swf's on the page and the animations won't play until you
> click on them. This doesn't happen in Firefox, which is what I nomally use so
> that's why I'm probably just noticing this now. Can anyone tell me what's
> causing this? Any help is much appreciated.