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[web] Flash MP3 player in FF3

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Hello! I have a simply website at www.xxii22productions.com To be honest, it's aimed at IE users because that's what I use most and it's what I'm comfortable with. However, it functions well and looks decent on Firefox. The other day I found a free Flash MP3 player. It's simple to use, and it was just what I needed in my 'Clients' section. So I put it up and away I went. I tested it on IE with no problems. I then tested it on FF3 and the player wasn't even able to load the swf. Anyone know why? Also, I use an iframe for the middle portion of my site... or the 'content'. In FireFox it will not stretch to the full 100% height. If you view it, you can see a little gap. Any info on that? Thanks!

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Not sure... I have Flash installed for IE, but I didn't know I had to specifically install it for FF. Any info on that?

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https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/browse/type:7

Scroll down and look for flash, i think its the second one!

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I then tested it on FF3 and the player wasn't even able to load the swf. Anyone know why?

how are you embedding the flash file in the html of the page?

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I eventually just googled stuff and found the page for FF Flash installation.

I put a little blob about downloading it for FF and IE seperately on my site as well for others that have issues. Weird that even the developer didn't figure this out...

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