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Hi,

I am new to this forum and am really glad I found it!

I have been building a website and for some reason my flash videos don't seem to show up on mac computers, I recently made a change to some code to see if it helps.

Since I am not on my mac for a week I was hoping you could check it for me?
I just need to know if my flash player shows up.

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When you open up the page you can click on one of the video category's and there will see a FLV video.

THANKS FOR YOUR HELP!
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Forgive me for being paranoid, but I rather doubt that anyone will want to run the risk of clicking on a URL from a new user with whom we have no experience! I don't say this to be obnoxious, merely to reflect today's computing reality. "Safe Computing" is practiced by a great many people these days. Perhaps you could post a similar post on some forum you have been a member of a bit longer. You might get a better "take rate". Good luck!

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I opened it It seemed fine...
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I opened it It seemed fine...
... you wild and crazy devil you!!

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I understand and thanks. It is a totally legit site and I appreciate anybody to check it for me. Thanks iRye for checking I appreciate it, if anybody else can verify it I would appreciate it.

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works for me. you're good to go it seems.
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I opened it It seemed fine...
worked for me too

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Thanks a whole lot everyone!
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As for me I click through anything. I'M USING A MAC FOR GOD'S SAKE! If something asks me for my username/pass, then I'll think twice. Otherwise I have no fear of clicking links.

@disposition: Since Safari for windows has been released, it is pretty much the same webkit engine. You should try your sites on there. In all probability, aside from some font differences, it should work the same. Opened fine for me btw (although I'm not sure what fine means... that colour combination really hurts the eyes, but I guess that's a wholly different story)
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As for me I click through anything. I'M USING A MAC FOR GOD'S SAKE! If something asks me for my username/pass, then I'll think twice. Otherwise I have no fear of clicking links.

@disposition: Since Safari for windows has been released, it is pretty much the same webkit engine. You should try your sites on there. In all probability, aside from some font differences, it should work the same. Opened fine for me btw (although I'm not sure what fine means... that colour combination really hurts the eyes, but I guess that's a wholly different story)
Yeah I agree, red on black makes me not want to read what you have written.

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Alright! Thanks for the info. On some monitors it looks great! And some it looks like (well what you said) I will probably just make it a nice light gray soon.

Thanks again.
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I understand and thanks. It is a totally legit site and I appreciate anybody to check it for me. Thanks iRye for checking I appreciate it, if anybody else can verify it I would appreciate it.

www.BLACKDEATHMETAL.com
Works for me here also. Leopard 10.5.1. Flash player was fine.
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