At this point, I am baffled. Also, if an application is using an already installed version of Flash Player, the Flash Player installer can't run properly. While there are capabilities within search engines to index Flash, they do it poorly. The user may be a disabled person who has already learned that trying to run Flash makes it harder to navigate a page.
Is that a fixed-width design? Internet Explorer 6 doesn't seem to be causing any problems. Any suggestions on where to look?
http://get2.adobe.com/flashplayer/otherversions/ If so, could you try it in Firefox's Safe Mode? And it’s a resource-heavy battery suck. I would try FireBug and see if it tells you anything useful. Swfobject Documentation An example of requiring Flash player v.6.0 r65 (or 6,0,65,0) would be: var so = new SWFObject("movie.swf", "mymovie", "200", "100", "6.0.65", "#336699"); SWFObject's built in plug-in detection can be bypassed.
Why can't firefox and Flash player get YOUR ACT TOGETHER? Swfobject Github DecorStock is having to create a new search engine optimization strategy, where their Flash site is supplemented by a spider-friendly browse index of the artwork in their database. Check out the frequently occurring issues with Flash Player. 8. https://support.mozilla.org/questions/970663 detectKey - This is the url variable name the SWFObject script will look for when bypassing the detection.
Essentially its a YouTube style site.
If no path is specified, SWFObject will look in the same folder as the current HTML page. Here is a
They’re the sort of internet items, though, that you can go for days if not weeks without encountering, or caring that you’ve missed. I don't remember any of this being a problem with earlier versions of Firefox. Just give each SWF and each div or HTML element that will hold a SWF a unique Id. Incoming Links Re: Flash player installed but YouTube doesn't see it Re: Download & install of Flash player does not finish Re: Flash installation problems.
cor-el Top 10 Contributor Moderator 14736 solutions 133603 answers Posted 4/3/15, 8:50 AM Chosen Solution Do you see the Shockwave Flash plugin in "Firefox/Tools > Add-ons > Plugins"? But ads help us keep the lights on. Change regionUnited States (Change) Choose your region Selecting a region changes the language and/or content on Adobe.com.