??? I don't get it.???
You leave the page and expect flash to keep working??
The page loads to the system's cache, yes...But how on earth
should flash continue to work, when the user leaves the page, which
contains the swf file??
Ofcourse you are right! When the page isn't displayed anymore, the Flash object doesn't exist and stopped running! But also the HTML-code doesn't exist anymore.
I know the webbrowser is retrieving the page from the CACHE, without firering the window.onload(). Because the CACHED copy contains everything, just before you left the page. Even dynamically generated HTML content. Why doesn't this apply to the Flash application. I would expect some sort of function here. like flash.onload(). Which is fired when loading the flash, and NOT fired when retrieved from the CACHE.
But these preparations are gone after using these navigation buttons and the Flash application will fail. Ofcourse I can put the webpagine on the NO_CACHE state but then the user needs to load the complete Flash everytime.