Mozilla won't load images in flash, but works in IE

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Hi, please help me.

The problem is I have 2 different flash files (one bought picture gallery and one I made from a tutorial) on 2 different pages.

The one I put together loads an xml file to display pictures. It works perfectly in IE but not Firefox. Link is here .

Interestingly the same happens for the bought programme (it is from http://www.imagevuex.com). This link is here .

Both pages work fine locally, but once uploaded it doesn't seem to be able to call up the images in Mozilla only.

I have no idea how to fix this. Does anybody know?
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how bout the path of the images/xml on the uploaded server ?
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Thanks for responding, and you'll have to excuse my ignorance, but what do you mean by "the path"? And why would that effect Mozilla and not IE?
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well , We dont have enough information " coding wise " ,
so i guess that IE has cached the movie when it was playing locally ...

The path is where the images are located in the server and defined in the xml or the flash code ...

e.g you have a root & flashGallery.swf and a folder in it called images , so the path in the flash movie should be "images/example.jpg"
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Hello again
Thanks for being patient ...

The first one is http://www.a-p-s.org.au/aspcon/images.xml and http://www.a-p-s.org.au/apscon/largeimages - for the images

The imageveux one is php stuff (so I can't actually see an xml file) but the images are located in http://www.a-p-s.org.au/upload/content/aps/apscon2006

thanks again.
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hi mate , np ...
i'll look @ your problem later on .. .but have u red this ?
http://www.imagevuex.com/support/docs/193

read the getting started , i'll b back later ..
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hi there.
yes, i've read it and everything is uploaded as directed.
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okay , i tried couple of things ...
if u noticed ... http://www.a-p-s.org.au/upload/standalone.ini

the file is pointing @ your Localhost which is 127.0.0.1

Quote:
globalpath=http://127.0.0.1/imagevue/dev/


you have to change the globalpath to the webserver you are currently using
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On my FireFox (presumably same as Mozilla) Some flash images and javascript images do not load, and there is simply a puzzle piece there saying that i need to install plug-ins. With a link to install them. Sometimes a single row bar comes down from beneath the address bar explaining the problem.
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hi again m0o
I read through the documentation and it says that you only need to change the standalone.ini which allows you to run imageVue on your local desktop. http://www.imagevuex.com/188

i had a go anyway and changed it to the webserver i'm using. no go.
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i see that your thumbnails loads ,
Its only the big images aint loading ...
hmmm
I'll go celebrate new year ... maybe with lil vodka i'll be able to solve this heh .
Happy new year Buddz .
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happy new year to you too, although we've seen midnight and all is quiet now ....
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hey again ... thanks :)
okay i still think its a path issue ... but before i keep on saying its a path issue i need to know how this works ...

since i dont see any XML file so i assume that the PHP creates the xml when needed , are the permessions set for the folders as instructed ?
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Yes, they are set for the content folder (which is where you keep the images) and I even went in and set them for each individual image folder. I've asked for support from imagevueux but haven't heard anything back, tremendous.

By the way, permissions aren't required, of course, for the other little flash file though (http://www.a-p-s.org.au/apscon/apscon2006.html.

I was leaning towards it being a server issue because I tried it on my friends server and it worked ok there in Firefox. The xml file to that is http://www.a-p-s.org.au/apscon/images.xml

Thanks.
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ah i hear ya ...
so its a hosting server problemo ...
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But they say its not.
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if you need a server to test it on , i can create ya a directory where u can dump the files in ...
PM me if you are interested ....

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