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Flex application not working in Firefox 3.6

 
Akilan Paul
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hi
my flex application (swf) not working in firefox 3.6. what to do? it is working fine with internet explorer.
how to over come this problem.
any one can you show some light on this issue.
thanks in advance
akilan

 
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What do you mean by "not working"? Does your browser have a FlashPlayer plugin?
 
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not working - means that page not displaying and also i have flashplayer plugin.
 
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By "page" do you mean the whole page, or just the Flash application? If its the whole page, what do you get instead - a 404 error?
 
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sorry
flash application not displaying, i am getting white area.
 
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If you right click on the area, what does the FlashPlayer plugin tell you? Are you running the version you expect?

You might try unistalling the plugin for FireFox and reinstall the debug player.
 
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yes thats ok
debug player is installed now its ok.
one question, across the world my web sites is used - that means different browsers used by endusers. i need to give permanent solution. is there any plugin's available.
 
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So, you fixed your issue by installing the correct version of Flash Player? You just need to make sure you've written your application so it can detect which version of Flash Player a browser is using and direct then to Adobe if they need to upgrade.
 
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thanks a lot
 
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