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Posted on 2006-11-20
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Hi, have a page with javascript DHTML/CSS menu and a FLASH. Problem is when I use then javascript menu (onmouseover event usually) flash stops playing, and (too) javascript menu becomes really slow and useless (seems the major problem is onmouseover).  Does anybody knows any javascript-flash conflict in ie?

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Dushan911 earned 250 total points
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Its not the Flash or Javascript problem. You should turn on only one Flash or Javascript onmouse over event. Or you must write Java script to run only on Non-Flash Area.

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I can't understand the concept of using only one onmouseover event, Flash and Javascript are independent,no? I write an URL with the page if anybody know how to solve it.

http://www.elmontanya.com/develop/ubicacion_comollegar.php

If you use the javascript menu while flash is playing, note that flash stops.   And menu the onclick event from only ocurs when the mouse leaves the javascript area.  See http://www.elmontanya.com/develop/ubicacion_elmontseny.php for the normal behavour of the menu.

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You can have idea from following link.
http://www.kirupa.com/developer/flash8/video/popUpWindows.htm
BR Dushan
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Ok.  problem solved.  turned javascript onmousemove events to onmouseover events and now it works perfect.
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