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    Allvideos extension in IE

    Anyone using joomlaworks Allvideos extension to show flv files on website?

    If so - does it work for you using IE7 - it works for me with FF but not IE7.

    Or alternativiely, anyone using an alternative free flv player that can be inserted as Front-end user and doesn't need JCE editor?

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    Simon,

    Do you mean something like this

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    sorry i misread your question..

    the one i used couldnt be added via front enduser.. they seyret ones can though.. if you click on podcasts..

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    Hi - mm - it getting a bit strange
    Yours (and my vids) work fine from this machine running IE7.

    I had reports from some teachers that they couldn't view soime I'd added and when I checked on my home machine - I got the same error as them.

    I'll check it out again when I get home

    Ta

    regards

    Simon

    PS Your site looking better and better - how do you do the attendance vid BTW

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    Thanks.. yes the website takes up a lot of time and effort.. credit goes to the Head for taking an activ role in getting me the content and coming up with new ideas.

    i did the attendance thing using Adobe After Effects.. its an amazing program but has a high learning curve..

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    I use AllVideosReloaded, and I know that it conflicts with the slideshow. The worst I get is an 'error on page' message on IE8, but it might be worth disabling some of your JavaScript based modules and using trial and error to see if something else is messing it up?

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    If you give me the link to the site, I will try it from my machine if you want.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SimpleSi View Post
    Hi - mm - it getting a bit strange
    Yours (and my vids) work fine from this machine running IE7.

    I had reports from some teachers that they couldn't view soime I'd added and when I checked on my home machine - I got the same error as them.

    I'll check it out again when I get home

    Ta

    regards

    Simon

    PS Your site looking better and better - how do you do the attendance vid BTW

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