Transparent Flash

melsharma1
melsharma1 Community Member Posts: 50
I see, no, I have 2006 and upgraded to 2007 just this month. I'd ask the Trivantis support people if they have any ideas... You should upgrade though! 2007 has some better features from 2006 even, so it must be much easier than 2005, although I have never seen it? Let me see if I have any other notes on the wmode thing... although, I'm sure you can find something on the flash section of the adobe site. I wonder if you can add the wmode to the html of the page some how?? I don't know how that would work in lectora though...try here: http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/knowledgebase/index.cfm?id=tn_1 4201ask the support people if you add the html script to the page if this will "fix" it... sorry I could not be of more help, but maybe this will point you in the right direction...? or maybe you'll think about upgrading...?Editing HTML code manuallyTo edit an existing HTML page, add the WMODE parameters to the HTML code.Add the following parameter to the OBJECT tag:orAdd the following parameter to the EMBED tag: wmode="transparent"
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