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Hey, the last question I had got answered right away so here's hoping for 2for2. In dreamweaver I have a flash element in the background and it will preview fine in the browser until it is either activated by a rollover or it plays, at that point it goes to the forground. Is there any way of preventing this occurance? I assume its just a part of the flash trade off that I have to accept. any answer would help
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go to universal access sys/pref >hearing

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umm... I think this was meant for some other question... either that or there is something special about my hearing in the way a flash movie plays
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there is an option in hearing to make the screen flash, as an alert , you can either have it on or not I assumed that 's what you meajnt.

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no I am talking about flash files (.swf) that are used in web design
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