[thelist] Help help help - Flash

Chris Price chris.price at choctaw.co.uk
Fri Jul 23 07:02:13 CDT 2004


The only difference between my code and yours is that I'm using a container
movie with a query, i.e. "container.swf?path=index.swf"

This is to make the movie stream rather than wait for the whole movie to

In the first frame of the movie is the instruction:

I am relying on other people on Windows to tell me this is not working
because it looks fine to me on my Mac. And I've done a search for "Flash
Satay" which is the method I'm using and there are no indications that it
shouldn't work. Its doing my head in.

Chris Price

On 23/7/04 11:08 am, "Aleksey A. Samuleenkov" <lesha at lesha.ru> wrote:

> Try this:
> <object type="application/x-shockwave-flash" data="your_flash_url"
> width="468" height="60" id="someflash">
> <param name="movie" value="your_flash_url" />
> <!-- It's a good thing to place here some code for
> browsers without flash plugin. -->
> </object>
> And here are some of the useful params:
> quality (low, medium, high)
> menu (true, false)
> bgcolor
> wmode (transparent)
> --
> Aleksey A. Samuleenkov
> mailto: lesha at lesha.ru
> Chris Price wrote:
>> Gordon
>> I've deleted the movie that you're referring to, its another movie that's my
>> real concern.
>> Why doesn't Windows like this code:
>>         <object type="application/x-shockwave-flash"
>> data="container.swf?path=index.swf" width="380" height="410" id="index">
>>             <param name="index" value="container.swf?path=index.swf" />
>>             <param name="bgcolor" value="#fff" />
>>             <param name="quality" value="best" />
>>         </object>
>> The Flash is v5
>> The page is xhtml1.0 strict
>> --
>> Chris price

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