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IE and flash: page does scroll !

Posted on 2011-03-11
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When my HTML page that contains the flash is bigger, then the page scrolls when pressing UP and DOWN cursor.
This happens EVEN if I put the focus on the the flash.
This does not happen in Firefox or Chrome:
ex: open http://www.crazysquash.com/game.php in IE
reduce the size of the page so scroll bars appear

Then IE captures the DOWN and UP key : you cannot play the game it scrolls ll the time


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Sorry I did not see any flash on the page but asking me to login.

Warm Regards
Deepanjan Das
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