Hey all, I've been commissioned to build a mac/pc cd-rom containing a completely cross-platform site for offline viewing. We were planning to aim purely at PC, but unforunately we have to cater for Macs also - Given that on the last site we launched - 98% were PC based, 0.9% Linux based and 1.1% Mac based browsers. For starters I'm not 100% sure on how to author a disc for both purposes (I'm sure I can find a solution) but what about the actual support for flash and video objects? Googling for a solution comes up with hundreds of answers for PC - but zip for mac usage. Does anyone here have any experience in this, or have any advice on how to author this to work on both? The last thing we want to do is alienate any potential users - but at the same time, unless we're getting 500 mac users of a production run of 5000 discs I don't think it's viable spending most of my development time purely working of mac support, rather than quality of the overall offering. Any input gratefully received! Scott scott harman head of engineering/i.t. Latest News: enteraction tv wins best e-commerce application award for Thomas Cook TV Broadband enteraction tv - 8 park place - lawn lane - vauxhall - london SW8 1UD - m: 0779 906 0009 t: 020 7820 4486 f: 020 7820 4471 www.enteractiontv.com This e-mail and any files transmitted with it are confidential and should not be read, copied, disclosed or used by any person other than the intended recipient. Unauthorised use, disclosure or copying by whatever medium is strictly prohibited and may be unlawful. If you have received this e-mail in error please contact the sender immediately and delete the e-mail from your system. Thank you for your co-operation.