The "jumping flash" (which should not be jumping anymore) is in a table
only because this was the only workaround to get
Internet Explorer 5 on a mac to "refresh" the position of the that .swf
file. For some reason just having it contained in a div did not work
for that browser, if I resized the browser, all the content would
respond, except the flash movie would stay in its place - until I hit
refresh and it would snap back to its proper place on the page based on
the new position / location of the browser on the screen. It was very a
very strange behavior. Worked fine on windows IE. Just mac problem.
On Nov 17, 2004, at 1:02 PM, Rolando Espinoza La Fuente wrote:
> Why the "jumping" flash is inside a table?
> On Wed, 17 Nov 2004 09:38:41 -0600, Bill Harrison [EMAIL-REMOVED]>
>> On Wed 11/17/2004 8:53 AM Bryce Fields [EMAIL-REMOVED]) wrote:
>>> However, on FF1 on my machine (XPSP2), the flash file "jumps" when
>>> mouse over the menu. Anyone else seeing this?
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