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Hi there. Ive just created an faq page + im using anchors linked using flash buttons. Im working on a mac btw. When i test my page on the mac, the flash buttons link fine to the anchors, but when i transfer it to the pc, they dont. It's the exact same file. Any comments? JimR99...

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    Default Heres a strange one...

    Hi there.

    Ive just created an faq page + im using anchors linked using flash buttons.
    Im working on a mac btw.
    When i test my page on the mac, the flash buttons link fine to the anchors,
    but when i transfer it to the pc, they dont. It's the exact same file.

    Any comments?

    JimR99


    JimmyRiddle99 Guest

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    Default Re:Heres a strange one...

    pc's don't tend to like flash files created on a mac..
    you might try this solution.

    re-open your flash buttons on the pc. and re-export them.

    there's a bug with the pc file handling system
    when reading flash files.

    j


    flash_gordon webforumsuser@macromedia.com Guest

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    Default Re: Re:Heres a strange one...

    flash:

    What's the source of this information? I have never seen this before....

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    "flash_gordon" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
    news:bemlqr$qm$1forums.macromedia.com...
    > pc's don't tend to like flash files created on a mac..
    > you might try this solution.
    >
    > re-open your flash buttons on the pc. and re-export them.
    >
    > there's a bug with the pc file handling system
    > when reading flash files.
    >
    > j
    >
    >

    Murray *TMM* Guest

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    Default Re: Re:Heres a strange one...

    Macromedia Flash MX Hands-On-Training
    by Kymberlee Weil, Lynda Weinman


    ALSO HERE:
    [url]http://www.macromedia.com/support/flash/releasenotes/mx/rn_mx.html[/url]


    some compatibility info at the bottom of the page.





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