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    I uploaded a flash header to my website, and when i tried to look at it in IE, i does not show all the text in the flash element, but if you try to see it in Firefox, you can see it fine... you can visit this test page i uploaded so you can see the problem. Please help me with this...Thank you
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    hmm your flash is showing just fine on my computer (and i use ie only)
    is the problem maybe coming from your css file??
    i tried to look at it (css/main_style.css) but there's no #flashheader or #flashcontent
    I dont know for sure uh...just try to put
    #flashheader
    height: "size of your flash" px;
    width: "size of your flash" px;

    it's an idea like any other >.>
    or maybe give screenshot of what it looks like, it would be helpfull =3

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    As Psychosnake says, if you can provide a screenshot that might be best.

    I just tested in Fx, IE7, IE6, Safari and Opera and all of them show the same exact thing. So either your problem is with the Flash and what you want to show isn't showing in any of them or perhaps it has something to do with your own computer.

    Have you been able to confirm this bug on other computers? Or maybe you've just fixed it now. The topic title does say "flash now showing properly". I'm not sure if that's a typo or an update.

    Anyway, post a screenshot of what you're seeing.

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    You are right! im sorry, that was a typo... here is a screenshot of the error:

    this is how i see it in Internet Explorer...


    And this is how i see it in Firefox and how its supposed to be...


    You know, for some reason i can't see the text when i look at it in Internet Explorer, i tried looking at it locally and i still get the same problem both on the server and locally.
    (Thanks for your replies guys, appreciate your help)
    Last edited by remp; 05-08-2008 at 02:49 AM.

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    Hi Remp...

    I would try reinstalling the Flash Player for IE on your computer. It seems like that could be your problem. Perhaps your Flash player is out of date?

    As I said, I tested your site in IE6, IE6, Fx2, Safari, Opera on PC and today I even tested it on my (new) Mac -- Safari, IE, & Fx. They all look like that Fx screenshot you posted

    So, if there is a problem, I can't see any. Makes me think it's your computer.
    Last edited by Medyman; 05-08-2008 at 03:52 AM.

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    thanks for the screenshot!
    so, here its working just fine on ie =3
    it shouldnt be a big problem dont worry =)

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    alright, thanks, but is there anything i can do to try to fix this problem? i already tried re-intalling flash player and nothing... im concerned that if i have this problem, others will as well...

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    maybe it is just because your compi is too old?? i have one that doesnt work properly but when i get on a more powerfull one it works all right =/

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    Quote Originally Posted by remp View Post
    alright, thanks, but is there anything i can do to try to fix this problem? i already tried re-intalling flash player and nothing... im concerned that if i have this problem, others will as well...
    Well to fix the problem, we would need to know what it is. A couple of things that might cause/clarify a problem (though I still think it probably has something to do with your computer).

    1. Is the text dynamic or static?
    2. Are the fonts embedded properly?
    3. Have you tried renaming the movie, clearning your cache, and seeing if it works?
    4. Are you able to replicate the issue on any other computer?
    5. Make sure you did all of these steps to uninstall/reintally Flash Player.

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    oh no... i agree with you Medyman, but i was asking on how to fix this problem on my computer... its not an old computer so it can't b that... i tryied on another computer and it was fine... you guys were right, i think it is my computer...

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