Thanks for taking the time, guys.
I’ve already noticed that error, but it’s caused by The Piecemaker (error pops up only on Home and External pages) which isn’t my work. It’s a nice open-source banner rotator, but you all know it for sure.
What do you think, have I the right to modify if I find what causes this error?
Have you noticed anything else besides of this?
You wrote it made your browser shut down. Could you please try this page http://sekler.net23.net/#/about/modules, so I can see that The Piecemaker caused the crash or not.
Thank you again!
It makes no sense since it works very well on win. I just checked on win with firefox and works very well. And its very good template.
Thank you for your remark, I’m glad you like it. It has to make sense, otherwise the reviewer wouldn’t reject it with this reason.
Dude, calling the above link leads me to a “Website Under Review” website. Did you put it off the web? Cheers… //fh
Sorry for the broken link, the site is live again.
Well, my file just got rejected, with the following reason: Unfortunately this file cannot be approved at the moment as it crashes on Safari/Firefox (OSX). Please fix this before resubmitting
I have tested it on Firefox 4.0, latest Chrome and IE 8 (Windows 7), everything seemed to work fine. Unfortunately, I don’t have admittance to a Macintosh so I’m wondering if you could help me out somehow (a bug report, a software that simulates these conditions or a remark would be appreciated).
You can preview/test the file here: http://sekler.net23.net/
Thanks in advice!
This Flash vs HTML thing is becoming ridiculous here.
For my part, yes, I like to click with the mouse wheel to open something in a new tab, or I use ctrl + f to find something every single day. Flash isn’t for regular, everyday use, it’s something more. We’re not hunting ducks with an M16 if you get what I mean.
My vote goes to MSFX ’s Musical Sphere.
Maybe there’s something wrong with me, but all I could experience was 16 frames (counted using my fingers), with about 1 fps. Win 7/ latest Firefox and I’m on my pavilion (i5 cpu, 4 gb ram).
I have a YouTube related question and I don’t want to start a new thread so I’ll ask it here. I’ve recently created a YouTube player using AS3 YouTube API . The player works perfect … for a few videos. It queues all the videos but when I hit play in most cases all I can see is a black background.
I understand there are videos that cannot be embedded, like videos on VEVO . But in my case I can’t load videos that could be embedded using HTML code.
Thanks for your help.