problem with a transparent flash

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fabby
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problem with a transparent flash

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i have a transparetn flash that is over an checkbox, and in mozilla, i can't use it...
Do you know what to do?
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Post by JayBird »

Not possible i dont think.

The flash part of the webpage isn't actually "in" the browser window...it is rendered on top of it giving the effect it is in the page.

At least that is how it was a while ago when i did a lot of flash work
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Post by fabby »

but on IE works
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Post by Innovative_Andy »

Does your Mozilla have the most up to date flash plug-in?

I know i've had trouble with stuff like that before and updating my software worked.

Maybe going to FireFox would help.
:lol: j/k

But hopefully that will help. If not there is a lot of sites to check out that could possibly help.

One of my Favorites

<a href="http://www.lionbichstudios.com">LionBichStudios</a>

Maybe they can help you with that.
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Post by Ward »

You may have to set the z-index of the flash object, and checkbox element. Set a higher z-index on the checkbox, so it's 'on top' of the flash. Also, set your flash object to wmode="transparent".
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