Here is the question: I had created an xml doc and a flash
menu tree ( user selects a a folder clicks on the folder then can
click on the destination) here is my problem: everyone is using
firefox as there default browser but there is one site that needs
to be opened in microsoft internet explorer ( doesnt show properly
in firefox) but show properly in in explorer. How can I redirect
the one button (select) button to open in internet explorer and not
in firefox ? Can anyone help me on this. Can this be done using the
xml doc? or do I have to do something in flash. please help.
Attached is the code. I need to find out how to just isolate one
link to get redirected to internet explorer and not firefox
You can't choose the user's browser for them. You could set
something up to give them a warning or something - e.g. by checking
the current browser being used, and display the warning if its not
IE... but it would mean a combination of code and setting an
attribute for the links that require IE for example.
@SymTsb... yes if its an enhanced projector. I don't think
you could do that with a regular standalone - I think you can run
'exe's but don't they have to be in a specific subdirectory?...I
might be wrong, can't remember. My assumption here (and generally
unless stated otherwise) is that its a web page. Perhaps its not...