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Fireworks 4 blackouts in Netscape 6

Fireworks 4 blackouts in Netscape 6

Fireworks 4 blackouts in Netscape 6

All my Fireworks pages work fine in any MSie version and in Netscape 4.5, but Netscape 6 just keeps reloading the alternate frames every time the pointer rolls over an active slice, and blacks things out when the user rolls too fast.  Is there a solution to this?  P.S. I always simply integrate Fireworks HTML & Java into Frontpage or notepad.  Am I missing an easy solution to this by not using Dreamweaver?
Example: http://www.stanleyweiss.com/inventory_menu.htm

RE: Fireworks 4 blackouts in Netscape 6

Well.. I do recommend Dreamweaver highly... It is created to work seamlessly with its counterparts such as fireworks and Flash.

I have had no problem at all while using them together as a team.

Ya' Gotta Love It!

RE: Fireworks 4 blackouts in Netscape 6

Thank you, I'll have to go get Dreamweaver.

RE: Fireworks 4 blackouts in Netscape 6

Did you ever figure out how to stop i.e. from reloading everytime you drag across a slice ~ thanks.


doesn't seem to be a problem with netscape 4.79

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