I though this was a security issue?  It's a royalty thing!? 

I didnt think the quicktime plugin was an active-x control ... does this impact quicktime embeds?

 ... uhg Im so confused.

I've not noticed any pop-ups on my site yet.


On 4/15/06, Ryan Ozawa <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
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On 4/15/06, andrew michael baron <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I just got a terribly unfortunate e-mail about a new patch that IE is
> using to avoid paying royalties to Active-X. This probably effects almost
> all videobloggers and may require an update to all of our websites to
> keep people from being stopped by a warning sign.

Yipe. What code is it that this applies to?  The object embed stuff?  Is it
only IE for Windows, or IE for Mac as well that's affected?  I mean, will
all browsers eventually have to pay up or turn it off?

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