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Subject: Re: FLASH: Flash files sticking in the cache
From: #LCARS
Date: Thu, 29 Jun 2000 08:22:04 +0100

dhollindenatSonicFoundry [dot] com wrote:

> How do you all deal with Flash files sticking in the viewer's cache?
> If I make a minor update to a file that's been live on our site for awhile,
> I need to clear my cache to see it. I assume that others do also. Often I
> rename the new version of the file just to make sure it gets downloaded. Is
> there any easier way? Are there criteria for when the browser will download
> a new file rather than use the cached one? Flash files seem particularly
> sticky.
> Thanks,

I think there is a "clean reload" option on the different browsers. I don't
know the shortcuts but for instance Netscape is Cmd-Opt-R or something.


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  FLASH: Flash files sticking in the cache, Dave Hollinden

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