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    Question problems with swf in ie7
    You know, ie has been a real pain for me when dealing with web design. It has become my true nemesis.

    The problem that has me choked-up at the moment is a wtf ordeal with a flash swf file in a ie7 browser. I'm using DW8 and inserting the swf file on a html page. Most browser give me no problem at all, not even ie6.5. When viewed on ie7, I have to click on the flash movie to activate it. Not to activate any animations, but to activate the rollover buttons. Why is this? Is there something being left out when embedding the file?

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    It's a security feature.

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    I figured out the problem, I had to update DW.

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