Check/upgrade the Flash Player versions installed with those browsers.
I can't exactly account for the general public's Flash plugins. Plus, Firefox and IE use the same plugin, it works in Firefox but not IE.
Firefox and IE use different plug-ins (both Flash, but different behind-the-scenes technology)
Firefox uses a standard plug-in style flashplayer
IE uses an AciveX plug-in flashplayer.
It is possible to upgrade one without the other.
You will likely want to implement version checking to make sure the user has player 10, and ask them to upgrade otherwise. SWFObject has great built-in version checking if you are using that to embed the SWF.
Thanks for clarifying the plugin thing. I checked my Shockwave Flash plugin and I have player 10. Good idea on the version checking thing, but I still think there is another issue considering I have the most recent update and I am still not able to see the correct tweening. You can see the page with the .swf here.
The pixelated stuff at the beginning is supposed to be a couple of .jpgs turned in a 3d space, the other problem is near the end, a Flash drawing object (simple box with outlined text) was rotated in 3d. If you look at this same page in Firefox it looks fiine.
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You are getting a runtime error on the matrix you are using:
ArgumentError: Error #2188: Invalid raw matrix. Matrix must be invertible.
at flash.geom::Transform/set matrix3D()
at fl.motion::AnimatorBase/set time()
Likely, if you solve this error, you will solve your tween problems.
Also, I viewed this in Chrome, and the tweens weren't displaying properly, so it is not localized to IE
Thanks, now I just need to decipher what those errors mean and how to fix them.
If you are using code, can you post it?
If you are not using code, this may mean you simply have to rebuild the tweens, as it seems something got wonky in their creation.
Actually, no I am not using code, which is why I found it funny I got what seems like action scripting errors. Hopefully rebuiding the tweens will solve my issue.