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How to embed Quicktime VR

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Hi!

how could I embed a Quicktime VR movie in a web page?

I've got code generated from Dreamweaver and wanted to include it in a Javascript.  When I start the link, the browser tell my that he couldn't download the plug-in for that file....  I know it work, my page created with dreamweaver works!

Here's the HTML code that I copied from my dreamweaver file:<embed src="vp1.mov" width="431" height="338" pluginspage="http://www.quicktime.com">

It work with the original file created with dreamweaver, but if I copy it to another html file, it doesn't work!

Fast help would be appreciated
Thanks!
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Why not edit the file created with dreamweaver then? Or does it also go wrong when you change the code to the DreamWeaver made page?

If so then please show me the complete source and I might be able to be more helpfull...

Cheers,
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javascript,

You really are being very disrespectful.  A top-expert has responded to your question with a request for additional information and you have ignored them.

This question is now abandoned and overdue for deletion...but that is not what I am going to do.  If you don't respond, I'm going to award the points to the expert, but rather than create a worthless PAQ I will award the points in a separate question charged to your account and then delete this without refund so your net cost will be doubled.

To avoid that you can respond, and take back the managment of your question.

TIA for helping to clean up the old questions.

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I really wonder if it will help....I don't think it will...

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If not, the next step always gets their attention... I take all their points so they can't ask any questions.

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Ok...fair enough.....

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It is time to clean this abandoned question up.  

I am putting it on a clean up list for CS.

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Will keep on waiting....

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awarding to DreamMaster
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Thanks kodiakbear...

New moderator? Didn't see that name before...

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by:COBOLdinosaur
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An old one on a visit to HTML...:^P

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Oh...ok.. :)

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