Cannot view movie in browser...sometimes

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I've putting together a site for a client. Although I can view it fine on my PC, he has a Mac and only gets a white screen. What's weird is if I point him to the actual swf, he can see that. What's weirder still is that the site I'm doing for him is a copy of another site I've already deployed and he can view that one with no problem at all.

Hmm.

I'm not sure what's going on.

Anyone?

Site: http://peterbersonphoto.com
SWF: http://peterbersonphoto.com/peterberson.swf
FLA: http://peterbersonphoto.com/peterberson.fla
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Quote:
Macromedia Flash Player 7 for Mac OS X requires the Mac OS X 10.1 or later operating system from Apple, and Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.1 (version 3408) or later, or Netscape 6.2 or later browser versions. If you do not have either version of the browser or operating system, use the Apple Software Update application within OS X. You can also go to the respective companies' websites to update your software.


From here:

http://www.macromedia.com/shockwave/dow ... orm=MacOSX

Hope that helps.


Google search: mac + flash (1st result)
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Nope ATNO/TW, thanks for the suggestion and link, though. : )

He has the browser plugin and is able to view other sites created with MX, the same version as the site in question.

Any other suggestions?

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Maybe something is wrong with the HTML?
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Could be, but I don't know what. It's only a blank page with an embedded swf. There's not much to go wrong there. Do you see something I'm missing?

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