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NET OBJECTS FUSION and Flash

NET OBJECTS FUSION and Flash

NET OBJECTS FUSION and Flash

(OP)
has anyone tried using net objects fusion to publish a page containing a flash movie?

it works fine on internet explorer 5x

but in older versions of netscape navigator (aka netscape "player-hater")

it shows up as a puzzle piece icon and the plug in doesn't work

the url is http://findwhatshot.com

thanks in advance

will russell
wmarussell@home.com
My Dot-Com Flash Web Design
"Ooh, they have the internet on COMPUTERS now!"
-Homer Simpson

RE: NET OBJECTS FUSION and Flash

Will, I dont think that NOFusion has anything to do with your problem, It's the older versions of netscape. They just couldnt handle the plug-in and anyone who has an old version should upgrade because you can get the latest ver for free.

RE: NET OBJECTS FUSION and Flash

(OP)
i should have specified that the same older versions of netscape will see the flash movie if i use the code generated by flash (the entire page as a flash movie)

yet, when i have a flash movie embedded in a page using NetObjectsFusion it wont work

is there a NOFusion forum?

will russell
wmarussell@home.com
My Dot-Com Flash Web Design
"Ooh, they have the internet on COMPUTERS now!"
-Homer Simpson

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