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Subject: Re: FLASH: linux installation problem
From: brownh
Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2000 10:32:08 GMT


> Try the one-or-all-sites test... if one particular site fails, then its
> JavaScript may note permitting your setup, for instance.
>
> (If no site ever works then you would know to look at the config instead.)
>
> jd

John,

Sorry again for newbie puzzlement. What is the "one-or-all-sites"
test? It's becoming evident that a person exploring Flash really needs
to have set of URLs to see of what it is capable.

I did visit a site on which at least the visual aspect of Flash seems
to work nicely, but on the first one I had to pull up the context menu
to trigger a Play for each segment. Your statement seems to infer that
the reason may be an incompatibility between that site's Javascript
and my own "setup." I assume "setup" here refers to my version of
Netscape and its configuration.

Would you happen know that status of a Flash 5 player for Linux?

Haines




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