Hi Rostislav,

Thanks for getting back to me so quickly. The HTML file was indeed missing, but even after adding it the error is still happening.

I also downloaded the latest javascript file, just in case.

The error is only happening after the initial change in the URL bar. Is there anything in the actionscript code that I could be doing that would cause this issue?

Thanks again.

On 12/6/06, Rostislav Hristov <rostislav.hristov@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi Jon,

lots of people are missing the swfaddress.html file which is required
by IE. I have recently added the following text to the README of the
project:

The swfaddress.html file located next to the swfaddress.js is required
for Internet Explorer. It should accompany the JS class if you
reorganize the folder structure.


So, once you put this file next to the swfaddress.js everything should
work as expected. I'm trying to drop this requirement, but so far it
seems to be the most stable solution for IE.

Your website looks very nice and my test with Firefox shows that the
integration with SWFAddress is very smooth. If you're planning to
launch the site soon, please take a look at the SWFAddress SVN and
you'll find an updated JS file that degrades well in unsupported
browsers. I'm still working on a few new features that will be
releases as version 1.1.

Best,
Rostislav


On 12/6/06, Jon MacDonald < jonnymac.swfaddress@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello,
>
> I'm having an issue with a site I am working on that uses SWFAddress. The
> issue only appears in IE 6 on Windows -- the site works very well in all
> other browsers.
>
> When the error happens IE doesn't provide any feedback, it only makes an
> alert sound. I've been able to replicate the issue on several Windows XP
> computers, but again, only in IE 6.
>
> I made sure to test the samples on the SWFAddress site, and those work very
> well. I looked over the sample code, and I'm not doing anything too much
> different.
>
> Steps to reproduce:
> - load site, wait for short intro/home animation to finish
> - click on red arrow
> - click on any nav item at top-left of site
> - at this point IE 6 should show only a blank page and you may hear the
> Windows alert sound
>
> Dev site:
>  http://www.xplane.com/dev
>
> Has anyone had this issue before?
>
> Any assistance would be greatly helpful. Thanks!
>
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