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Firefox - onload command on object tag

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Hi,

I'm using ffactivex plugin for firefox to run an activex on Firefox which is working well.
in IE, between the open and close object tag I'm using a pixel link to ensure the object is loaded, in FF its not working, also, seems that readyState won't work in FF as well.

Anybody know a solution for checking object is loaded in FF ?

Thanks.
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Question by:oferlll
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You might consider placing more control on the loading process by using onload calling a function that will load and launch everything that is needed.
The function given at http://www.webreference.com/programming/javascript/onloads/ will work both in IE and FF,
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