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> I have checked the same movie after rolling
> back to version 10.1 and it worked correctly. Anyone got any ideas?
That's a bug and should be logged with Adobe. There's a submission form
at: < http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/mmform/index.cfm?name=wishform&product=11>
"Sean Wilson" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> I have checked the same movie after rolling back to version 10.1 and it
>> worked correctly. Anyone got any ideas?
> That's a bug and should be logged with Adobe. There's a submission form
> < http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/mmform/index.cfm?name=wishform&product=11>
Thanks for the URL, I've logged the bug.
Some further information...
The problem only seems to occur in Internet Explorer, not Firefox, and also
only happens for the second and subsequent runs of the movie; the first run
works perfectly. By using ProcessExplorer, I was able to notice a difference
in the way the two browsers handle the shockwave plugin: Internet Explorer
opens the plugin the first time a shockwave movie is run and keeps it open
for the remainder of the session regardless of whether any shockwave movies
are open. Firefox on the other hand opens the shockwave plugin for each
movie, and closes it again when the movie is closed.
This leads me to believe that the problem may be related to some kind of
hangover from the first run of the movie, so I began to wonder if there was
any code I could put in a stop movie handler that would cause the shockwave
player, or the speech xtra, to be reset. Or failing that, any way in which I
could force Internet Explorer to close the shockwave player between runs of
movies? Any help or guidance you could give me would be gratfully received!