Of the solutions that have been suggested, I think the most likely
one is case-sensitivity. Make sure to maintain the same case in
naming and calling the files.
It doesn't seem that loading time is an issue. If you're using the
MovieClipLoader you're probably already using onLoadInit to display
the new image. You may want to create a new loader for each image so
that the current image isn't dumped before the new image is initialized.
The problem definitely isn't progressive JPGs, since it's working on
the Windows server.
At 10:23 AM 9/1/2006, you wrote:
I have about 20 jpegs that are dynamically being loaded into a swf.
These images are loaded one at a time, fade in as the previous one
fades out, and then eventually the loop starts over again, loading
the initial image. I am using the MovieClipLoader Class to load
them. I am, however, running into an odd problem.
On the site's live server (Linux Box), the images don't always get
loaded in to the swf and there is just 'white' space. I have this
exact site on another hosting company's server (windows) and the
issue never occurs. To resolve the issue, I have even tried to use a
"cacheBuster" for the images (ex: image1.jpg?12345). This however
still doesn't work. I have also tried using a "Windows" server on
the live site, but it yielded the same result. In my mind. clearly
this is an issue with the hosting company?. Does anyone have any
thioughts about why this may be occuring?
Thanks for any and all replies.
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