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Finally, I propose my last solution :
where I have removed swfobject_2_2.js and embedSWF() method.
To verify the good behavior, I’ve added 1 line to reduce the width of swf to 50%.
Tested with IE9, Chrome, Safari, Firefox on W7.
I’ve found a new observation about the bug and a solution:
Trying 1st link http://jmpicture.com/index1.html, IE9 window not painted, click anywhere in the IE9 window and then click the ‘refresh’ button. IE9 paints the window.
http://jmpicture.com/index3.html with 100/100% sizes (always IE/Flash paint/draw/renderer problem !!!)
This last link is the solution of IE9 and Flash11 problem.
I see it. Could be your window mode swfobject or who knows.
But it doesn’t happen on my 100% tours.
Sent you a PM link
Southern Digital Solutions LLC - Atlanta, Georgia
Is it possible that I'm the only one on Earth who have a problem with IE9 and Flash11 ?
--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, "Jean-Marc Paratte" <jean-marc@...> wrote! :
> I experiment a problem with IE9 since the last upgrade to Flash 11.
> Here are 2 examples, one with IE9 window painting, one without. The SWF is the classic pano.swf from FlashPanoramaPlayer.
> The difference between the 2 examples is only the sizes of the FPP DIV container. 1st is relativ to IE9 window sizes, 2nd is static sizes.
> The problem is with relativ sizes: IE9 paints only the backgroud color and waits for an event like 'right-click/refresh' or resizing the IE9 main window. As soon as IE9 receives an event, it starts Flash and paints its window (HTML codes, images, …).
> http://jmpicture.com/index1.html (DIV FPP sizes 96x98%, IE/Flash paint/draw/renderer problem !!!)
> http://jmpicture.com/index2.html (DIVFPP sizes 800x600 pixels, no IE/Flash paint/draw/renderer problem)
> I confirm the bug with Windows 7 32 or 64bit, IE9, Flash 11. Verified on 2 different computers. Just before upgrade Flash on the 2nd computer Windows 7 64bit this morning, IE9 didn't have painting problems.
> With another old computer, Windows XP, Flash 10.2.153.1, the IE window is correctly painted.
> No problems with Chrome or Firefox runing on Windows 7.
> Any ideas?
> Jean-Marc Paratte