So, Since years the site ( Its a kind of CMS ) Just worked Fine, but about 3 days ago all the flash's object's in the Whole Site are with 300px X 150px. But it just happens in Google Chrome, in all other Browsers it just Work's fine!
How it would be fixed? Take a look at the code of the object:
I had designed and setup a flash website for a client a while ago and just recently they emailed me saying their website doesn't work in Google Chrome or Safari. I have SWF Object 2 on the website and that doesn't seem to help. The flash component of the website doesn't show up at all yet works fine in IE and FF. What could be the issue here?
I have a simple HTML file which embeds a Flash file. On the page styling I have a #flashContent with width:100% and height:100%; the Flash object itself has width="100%" and height=100% and is inside a div with id="flashContent". The idea is to make the Flash object (which is a game) to fill the whole browser window even as it resizes.
This works with no problems on IE and Firefox, but there is a small problem on Chrome. About 90% of the time when the page first loads all that is shown is black (the page's background color). The game only appears if the user resizes the window; from then on out it works correctly.
I'd like to ask if there is anything I am doing wrong or if there is an workaround to ensure the Flash game appears correctly on the Chrome browser.
i have my project developed in Flex3, http:[url]....i am facing is, copying(Ctrl + C) the content from screen textarea when the swf is running in chrome browser.suppose, i have to add some text on the stage, so the text area which is opened on the left side, i can't copy the text written in text area, although by right clicking in text area, and selcting the copy option, thats working, but my client has asked for copying the content by using Ctrl + c, although it's working very fine with other browsers,
only chrome is not supporting copying(Ctrl + c), although selecting all(Ctrl + A ) is working.
When i embed a flash video in HTML it works in IE and in Firefox but not in chrome. I've looked it up and I've found that chrome adds two attributes to the embed tag, width and height. i have already set the width and height attribute in the embed tag in pixels but from some reason chrome changes it to percentage. when i inspect the element and write pixels instead of percentage the flash is visible again.
Flash is being used to create an animated button, and the anchor tag makes it so you can click on that to go to another page. On most browsers, you can click anywhere on the Flash object and the link works...but in Chrome, the link displays in the status bar when you hover over the flash element, but does nothing when you click it. However, there is a small area (about 19px) below the flash element where the link works.
How can I get this to behave the same way in Chrome as it is in other browsers?
I built a website in Flash (CS5/AS3) and published it to a .swf and .html file. I then uploaded to my host and tested. My site displays fine in Firefox and IE, but appears as an empty page when attempting to view in: The site will load, but isn't visible for me until I double click in the browser window or minimize/maximize the window... The site also loads fine if I access it through a hyperlink. This one's really got me confused! Any more ideas?
I have a div that I want to be able to display over an iframed youtube flash player (and I do not want to embed the object directly) or iframed flash advertising. So far, my solution is to display an transparent iframe behind the div, which works for Firefox, Safari, and IE8, however, Google Chrome doesn't appear to follow suit. Because the flash objects are iframed from a third party site, I can't modify their wmode, either.
how to get this div to display over third-party flash in Chrome?
I keep getting this error in Google Chrome on a site I have built.The following plug-in has crashed: Shockwave Flash.I have been working on this site for months, and have been testing regularly with Chrome with no problems. But today, it suddenly started happening when I get to a certain section of the site. I have checked the code, and the buttons that trigger this to happen. There is nothing wrong. Checked the debugger, no problems. Tested all other browsers, and they do not have a problem.I even tested using SRWare's IRON browser. A Chromium variant. It works fine in IRON, just not in Chrome for Mac or PC. On linux, Chrome works fine.
I have the Netbook version of Ubuntu Maverick Meerkat and installed Google Chrome stable. I installed the latest version of Adobe Flash.Here is the behavior:1. YouTube videos appear as a white screen when embedded on the page in Chrome. I hear sound.2 The video is normal when I switch to full-screen mode.3. HTML5 videos display normally in Chrome4. Firefox displays YouTube videos without any problem.5. Ubuntu Lucid 10.4, with the same software components, displays YouTube video in Chrome without problems.Any thoughts on correcting this odd problem?
I have added a new flash moovie to my website, the problem i have is that in Mozilla, Google Chrome and possibly more the side scrollbars disapear, however in IE they show perfectly. i can not show a url as i have to leave the old page up until i can find out what is causing the problem.
I have embedded an online-call on a website.Everithing works fine in all browsers except Google Chrome. Flash plugin in Chrome doesn't ask permission to use microphone and doesn't call. Any suggestions?P.S. The size of the Flash object on the page is enough for displaying the dialog.At first size of Flash block was the issue but it didn't prevent flash element from calling to our call-centre even though caller couldn't been heard. Now we fixed the size and dialog pops up in all major browsers except Chrome. It feels like Flash movie in Chrome doesn't come to using microphone.
I have a piece of Flash on an HTML page that when you hover over it, it expands out to reveal more information.There are text links that it expands over, however in everything but IE, when it's not expanded those links are still covered by the Flash making them unclickable.I have the Flash piece in a separate DIV wmode set to transparent.
when I layer an swf over html, with all the good stuff in place (wmode = transparent, z-index), I can't access the html elements in Firefox/Chrome/Safari. Here's a link to a test [URL] This is a stripped down version; I've also tried using swfobject.
how to best handle the issue of not having enough permission inside of a Google Chrome Extension. I am interacting with the YouTube API, but I am not using swfobject.js, just using am embdeeded div. I do not believe this is introducing my security issue, but perhaps it is. In development, I had to navigate to Adobe's flash player security page and designate my development folder as a 'safe' location. In deployment, I do not have the ability to do this. I do not want my users to have to click 'Allow All' on flash player security, but I do not see another way to achieve my results.Seems to be a duplicate of SWFobject in a Chrome Extension - API Unavaiable but remains unanswered.Source: https:[url].....
To run: Pull from the repo, load up Chrome, click the wrench, go to extension, check 'Developer Tools' -> Load Unpacked Extension and browse to the folder.
i am working on a flash currency converter application, for that purpose i am fetching the latest currency rates from yahoo, i am using flash cs5 and as3, i am getting the desired response from yahoo when i run the flash file from Flash cs5 (ctrl+enter) and also after publishing (F12) by opening the html file just created by flash cs5. BUT when i am moving the html and swf file over a web server (WAMP in my case), the response from yahoo is no longer working for me, i have checked it in both localhost, and on remote server. what can be the issue? it seems so strange to me..
Does anyone know if it's at all possible to embedd a google maps image that's created using code generated by google? The Image is interactive, the main reason to embedd in flash as apposed to a flat image.
I am developing an app that has similar functionality as the Google Chrome new tab page. You can see it by opening Chrome and clicking the new page tab. I believe that it was written in jquery or something non-flash. Any source that I could take a look at, if you have done something similar? I will post code as I go.
I have an online flex app that is served via an html page. Its critical that the flex app is refreshed in the user's cache every time that it changes. To help ensure that this happens, I change the name of the swf file every time that it changes. In addition, the html page contains the following lines of code:
Using these techniques, FF and IE always seem to grab the latest swf file every time. Google chrome, however, NEVER gets the latest swf file - the only way to get the update is to hit shift+refresh in chrome.
Is there a fail-safe way for me to ensure that the latest swf file is always delivered to the browser?
I used to use either IE or FF as browser for initial test. I recently moved to Google Chrome. Google Chrome does not give a range of errors for flash.For example the error below comes up in IE whilst Chrome simply does not work:Error: Error #2176: Certain actions, such as those that display a pop-up window, may only be invoked upon user interaction, for example by a mouse click or button press.As I was used to IE telling me this it took me ages to figure out what was going wrong.
I made a flash mp3 player and it works fine in any other test pages. but when i embed it onto my site it just shows blank. what do i do? my site is [URL] and the flash player i tested here [URL] and it plays. What im i doing wrong? i tryed everything. right now i just got it in a iframe but i dont want that iframe.
If I have a flex swc emebbed in my html page, and the flex swc contains an flex 4 videoDisplay player, which has an option for fullscreen. How do I make the fullscreen work. Because when I click on fullscreen button for the videaDisplay, I get an error: [code]Connect with the people you need to get the job done. Unlike other tools, Cloud Groups lets you work with anyone, whether they're inside or outside the company firewall. Invite them into Cloud Groups to work together on projects, share files, assign tasks or catch up in real-time.
I have a few online magazines I run and I have noticed that when in full screen mode in Google Chrome, all my buttons, everything is disabled I just have a 'hand' for a mouse and nothing works.
My fullscreen option works on all other browsers its only Google Chrome it seems to of disabled any user interaction whilst in full screen mode.
I have tried searching but cant find any similar problems, and need this fixed ASAP. You Tube works in full screen mode on Google Chrome, so it cant just be a Google Chrome bug. Maybe there are some added security features you have to code for in Google Chrome.
Here is a link, make sure you are using Google Chrome or you wont replicate the error.
Try the navigation on the top bar, then click full screen top left, then notice how no buttons work anymore.