On Sun, Jul 13, 2008 at 2:24 PM, Sean Cribbs <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

Is SWFObject available on Google's JS cache (like Prototype and jQuery)? If
so, that could be an option.

It certainly doesn't look like they have SWFObject in the caches.

On 2008/07/13, at 13:32, Nate Turnage wrote:

I don't know. I do know that SWFObject will soon become the official way

from Adobe to place Flash files. If Caspar's solution could get rolled into into Radiant, I think it would be the best way to handle Flash files. I was
going to add it to my site, but I am really not ready to write my own
extension yet and I cannot add it to the Radiant lib because I am using the

Handling Flash files in Radiant core? I'm not going to pursue that route simply because I don't think it's appropriate for Radiant to be Flash aware out of the box. However, I will look at SWFObject and see about rolling it into the .swf handling part of page_attachments.

On 2008/07/13, at 13:17, Steven Southard wrote:

I think if you don't use JavaScript like that to bring in Flash you'll have problems with Internet Explorer.

You just mean avoiding compatibility issues between different versions of the Flash player? I setup a test page with only:

<embed src="test.swf" />

test.swf is a simple AS3 file that loops through some images and it appears to work fine in Internet Explorer 6, 7 & 8 beta. Could you elaborate on what you mean by “problems with Internet Explorer”?_______________________________________________
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