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Subject: Re: FLASH: Aftershock
From: Jefferis
Date: Fri, 19 Feb 1999 05:15:35 GMT

James Kozick

Stick with your first plan. I have only been sampling sites for 3 weeks,
but with Mac IE 4.5, the flash sensing code consistently fails to detect
the fact that I have a Flash enabled browser.

>I completed a site with Flash for a client back when Aftershock was in beta.
>Since Aftershock was in beta, I didn't use Aftershock in the site. In order
>to accommodate for visitors to the site that either did not have active x or
>the plug-in installed to play the Flash movie I started off with a page for
>the visitor to choose either to go with the Flash version or a non-Flash
>version. Functional, but not very elegant.
>Now Aftershock is apparently beyond beta. My understanding of the
>function of
>Aftershock is that among other things, it offers through HTML a behind the
>scenes screening of the visitor to see if they are equipped to play Flash or
>not. And if not, to offer a non Flash alternative GIF without the visitor
>even knowing the difference.
>Any suggestions on using Aftershock? Is it very dependable? Will it give
>non-plugged-in visitors a consistently positive alternative experience?
>Any quirks?
>James Kozick
>Pacific Media Marketing

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