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Clearing Cache in Dreamweaver Automatically

Posted on 2009-05-14
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When I play a swf movie, it starts to play while loading which is what I want but if I go to another movie and then a little later return to the first, the part of the movie downloaded previously is still there and it picks up from where it left off.

Questions, is it creating a temp file or loading it into memory?

And if memory, how would I go about clearing it so that if they select another movie, they hax the memory back from the previous movie?
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Jason C. Levine earned 200 total points
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Hi corterp,

This question doesn't really have anything to do with Dreamweaver...you're talking about how the browsers interact with the movies.

>> Questions, is it creating a temp file or loading it into memory?

Most web video progressively downloads into the cache.  As long as the browser session is maintained, it should be able to pick up where it left off.

>> they hax the memory back from the previous movie

See above.  It's not loading into RAM
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Thank you for the explanation
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