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Jun 30, 2008, 20:59 #1
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Firefox and to load a gif. If not mac firefox load an SWF.
detect if Mac firefox if yes load src="/content/flash/WYD03.gif"
if other browser load src="/content/flash/WYD03.swf"
is this possible?
I would need it to be in the code NOT in the header as there are
several swf's on one page and Mac Firefox is making the SWF on top of
all other divs therefore not displaying the divs.
see the problem here beamcreative.com/menutest.aspx
index does not work with .swf files. I have a work around for all
other browsers but Mac/Firefox has a bug that prevents SWF files to be
at the bottom layer.
Jun 30, 2008, 21:13 #2
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The swf that appears to be on the bottom could just as easily be an animated gif, thus ridding you of the swf issues with it.Programming Group Advisor
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Jul 2, 2008, 03:46 #3
@idaba: Are you using this parameter in your code?
<param name="wmode" value="transparent">
Are you using swfobject?
It is the best way to embed flash content.
This well written script from Quirksmode will help you to detect browsers and operating systems.
@pmw57: gifs are very low quality compared to swfs. Especially when youre talking about photos. swf can also do vector graphics which is a nice feature.