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swf warning

Thread began 3/31/2010 1:54 pm by Francois | Last modified 4/01/2010 1:45 pm by Eric Mittman | 1521 views | 1 replies |


swf warning

I added dynamic chart (1.0.4) to a page and it works fine in IE 8 and Firefox, but when I reopen the file in Dreamweaver (CS4) it warns me that "this page contains some swf objects that may not work properly in the most recent versions of IE. DW cannot convert them to the new swf markups. Please delete each of them and insert again."

When I try to reinsert "properly", it no longer displays in IE 8.

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Eric Mittman

This may just be an issue with DW giving you the warning. Do you get any bad effects if you leave them the way that they were? If not I would think that it is just something DW is complaining about that should not affect you.

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