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Subject: Re: FLASH: back button in browser - oops
From: Marc Hoffman, Poison Dart Frog Media
Date: Sat, 12 Feb 2000 03:20:23 GMT

At 06:00 PM 2/11/00 , you wrote:

>Someone please help.
>
>These are the sort of messages I keep getting as a result of this.
>
>"I got to this site by doing a search for processor upgrades. when I try
>to exit the site
>with my back button I remain on their home page. Is their webpage broke?
>or are they locking me in like some sleasy porno page? At any rate, I
>will not do business with a firm that does things like this."

One simple fix, within Flash, would be to provide an "exit" button that
takes them to an HTML page.

Marc Hoffman

Poison Dart Frog Media: Specializing in Flash Animation and Digital Audio
Production
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