Border on Flash broken in Firefox

Posted on 2006-10-23
Last Modified: 2010-04-03
I have created a Flash object that I have imported into Frontpage 2003.  My problem is that when I set the border to 1, it displays perfectly in IE6, but in Firefox, Mozilla, and Netscape, the border is broken.  It is missing on the top and about 80% of the sides, and looks something like this:

                              top of picture          


                       (Border shows at bottom)

I am running Flash MX 2004 to author the Flash file.  Anyone have this problem, and know of a simple workaround?  Thanks.
Question by:bleujaegel
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wildbrookmedia earned 500 total points
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you could get rid of the border in flash completely and then put a border on the div or table tag that wraps it in the page...

Author Comment

ID: 17791078
Good point.  I guess I could have just nested another table around it.  I'll give it a try.

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ID: 17835747
Did this work or do you need more help?

Author Comment

ID: 17835775
No, this worked fine.  Thanks for the help.

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