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DIV ontop of flash

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Hi Guys,
I have an embedded flash file that contains a button when clicked displays a div object over the flash file by setting the div visibility attribute to visible. This is done by activating a javascript.

I have also taken into consideration the z-index of the div ad setting the flash to

<param name="wmode" value="transparent">

It works fine and the div objects displays over the flash.

However, I have a slide show running in the background, and whenever the slide show changes to the next image the div objects disappears. I'm not sure how to prevent this. Does anyone have any ideas?

Much appreciated.

d
Jun 18 '08 #1
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so does anyone know if it is possible to have a div object appear over an embedded flash file that wont disappear when an action or event occurs in flash?

i can get the object to appear fine, but it disappears when something occurs in flash.

daniel
Jun 22 '08 #2

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anyone have any idea?
Jun 23 '08 #3

acoder
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I've copied this thread over to the Flash forum just in case there's a Flash solution. Post your code for the div.
Jun 24 '08 #4

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please can you help me.I saw your

http://www.ffiles.com/flash/menus/horizontal_slide_menu_1026.html?comments_to_show=8 #comments_area

and I'm very intrested in this menu but I can't add links to this buttons.
Jul 13 '08 #5

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I don't know the solution, but I have an idea for a workaround. Have you considered setting the visibility of the div inside the function that runs the slide show? It's not clean and certainly not pretty, but it would reset the visibility every time the slide show changed images.
Jul 14 '08 #6

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