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I'm creating a "slide show" that incorperated quicktime video. It loads image after image until it gets to a .mov file, and then it should load the movie. I've found that  writeing and object tag at runtime is no good. So I've get them loading right away, and then playing when the time comes. The problem is, quicktime refuses to be in anything but the top layer, so all the images being loaded are hidden by it. seeing that, I desided to set display:none;, and then, when the time comes, set display:inline; and press play. All seemed to be falling together. But IE (the only browser I need this to work for) is giving me an odd error:

could not complete the operation due to error ffffffce

and pointing me to the line where I set display to inline.

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