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the problem is termed as flash, internet explorer active x issue. the problem surfaced when microsoft lost a case regarding a patent about how internet explorer handles the active x content. just search these forums about flash ie active x update and you will find a solution. even adobe has already taken care of this in the recent update of DW8.
Oh god .. here we go again .. Obviously someone has been living under a rock
or on a deserted island for a few months :)
This is due to Microsoft IE changes required to avoid infringing the
(stupid) EOLAS patent. It applies to all Active-X control that can interact
with the user.
If you are viewing a web site, you cannot really do anything to fix it,
except complain to the web master
Here is a link to find information on how to fix your website to cope with
the Active-X active content changes:
(If that does not redirect, just go to http://activecontent.blogspot.com)
Thank you for the answers! :)
I have started checking up on axtive x controlls. I'm sure I will find a solution.
Just remember Jeckyl that everyone have to start sometimes. To say that every newbie question is from someone living under a rock and thus send him to justfuckinggoogleit is not very helpfull at all.
> Just remember Jeckyl that everyone have to start sometimes.
It has nothing to do with that at all.
> To say that every newbie question is from someone living under a rock
I said nothing of the sort.
> and thus send him to justfuckinggoogleit is not very helpfull at all.
It is VERY as it takes you to the relevant pages. Maybe you should have
This PARTICUALR question is one you could VERY easily have found information
on by simply taking the time to LOOK before you ASK. It has been discussed
OVER and OVER and OVER on thousands of posts and web sites for many many