are there problems between flashvars and MX includes?

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are there problems between flashvars and MX includes?

Postby piripacchio » 2010-06-22 14:54

Hi all,
I can't get the results I need.
I have a flash menu that "should" indicate the page where you are with a depressed button.
When I browse the news page the news button, located at frame X is depressed.
When you are in home the news button is not depressed, but the home button is.

But this doesn't work in IE or Opera.

I use DW 8.0.1 (so I can't use the AC_FL_CONTENT script). And I cannot upgrade easily to 8.0.2 because I have some heavy websites that use MX Kollection and I wouldn't like to break simething...

Is there a valid alternative to flashvars?
Something compatible with all browser?

TIA

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Re: are there problems between flashvars and MX includes?

Postby Fred » 2010-06-22 20:40

Hi Tony,
Found this at "Blind Squirrel"
http://bealetech.com/blogs/sean/2010/03 ... broken-ie8
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Re: are there problems between flashvars and MX includes?

Postby piripacchio » 2010-06-24 11:18

Fred wrote:Hi Tony,
Found this at "Blind Squirrel"
http://bealetech.com/blogs/sean/2010/03 ... broken-ie8
Hi Fred,
in fact, I use the same method (query string) since it is more stable.

I'm trying to make this work in IE6 but perhaps it's time to forget it...

ciao ;).

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Re: are there problems between flashvars and MX includes?

Postby Fred » 2010-06-24 11:56

I ignore IE6 to be honest.

What you can do if you really want to take IE6 into consideration is to check for the browser and if IE6 redirect to a page where they can download Firefox :mrgreen:

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