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Is there a workaround that will allow me to have my director app display in browser/via web WITHOUT the annoying browser / activex message: "press SPACEBAR or ENTER to activate and use this control"...

I see a few that seem to work with FLASH movies, but my tests dont work with my .DIR movie playing in IE.


- A

RE: press SPACEBAR or ENTER to activate...

You need to embed your dcr using an external javascript file. Here's how to do it.

Save this file as "insertdcr.js":
http://www.robotduck.com/content/articles/director/net/activexWarning/insertdcr.txt

Adjust your html source code so it looks like this (which includes the .js file, then calls the 'insertdcr' function):
http://www.robotduck.com/content/articles/director/net/activexWarning/index.txt

Then upload both your html source, and the .js file, along with your dcr.

In the example above, my file is called 'game.dcr'. Change the name to the name of your dcr file. Of course if you want to use extra parameters such as sw1 or alternate stretch values, you'll need to edit those in the .js code. This is just a very simple version.

You can see it working here:
http://www.robotduck.com/content/articles/director/net/activexWarning/

(should be no activex warning!)

hope this helps!

- Ben

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