flash sound delayed in firefox

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I have a swf which plays a sound on button release. I test if sound is currently playing, then i don't play it anymore, so is not about the code i used.
If i quickly pres&release the button for several times, there is a noticeable delayed in firefox (like 1-2 seconds) after first press and the sound continue to play after i finish the button pressing.
In I.E. or if i just open the swf with the flash player, this does not happen.
Anyone aware of this problem in firefox and is there any fix for this?
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I've had similar problems with video but we traced it to the actual http request to the server. We retuned the server and everything was happy. No idea how to solve something thats embeded like that.
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check your cache sttings in firefox.
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neat, i deleted the cache from firefox and now it works just fine.
How did you know that ATNO?
It is strange though. I didn't delete the cache before because i replaced the button sound with another sound longer than first and it was changed in the browser. Then i changed back to first sound and the delay issue was back again.
Hmmm, that doesn't make too much sense to me, but if it works then is just fine.
Thank you.
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Truthfully I just guessed, but it was the most logical thing to check first. I remember with Windows 2000 IE6 defaulted to almost a GB of cache. When cache started to reach that size it caused all sorts of issues, so cache was first thing that came to mind.

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