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Subject: Re: transparent flash movie
From: Eliran
Date: Wed, 18 Feb 1998 18:00:55 GMT

Right now, it's available only in IE4. I'd love to know whether Macromedia's
team has any plans to include it also in Netscape 4 in the future.

Eliran Milo



-----Original Message-----
From: Andrew Hudson <andyathisteria [dot] com>
To: flasheratshocker [dot] com <flasheratshocker [dot] com>
Date: 18 1998 15:58
Subject: Re: transparent flash movie


>Does this mean it will only be transparent in v4+ browsers?
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>At 16:34 17/2/98 -0800, you wrote:
>>At 2:40 PM 2/17/98, Marko Z wrote:
>>>what i want to know is how the browser selects a transparent
>>>color from the .swf file
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>>If you're using the WMODE="transparent" parameter in the current Flash
>>ActiveX Control in IE4/Win32, then the background of your movie will be
>>transparent. Only the artwork itself will be displayed in the browser.
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>>jd
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